Top 5 Precious Metals IRA Companies in 2014 for Purchasing Gold Bullion

IRA-gold If you’re looking for a company that will assist you in the process of converting part of you IRA or 401k to Precious Metals and purchase high quality bullion coins such as the American gold eagle or Canadian Gold Maple Leaf, we have compiled a list of some of the best firms in 2014. This list is based on ratings we’ve found on websites like the BBB, TrustLink, the Business Consumer Alliance, Yellow Pages, Yelp, CitySearch and more. Some companies have many bad reviews which is a sign that they should be avoided. Others, however, seem to have a stellar reputation and are therefore a good choice for new gold investors. Take some time to call at least 2-3 companies before making a decision as to who you’ll be working with.

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#1 – Regal Assets.

This company is quite new in the market yet already have hundreds of positive reviews online. They are based out of Burbank California and are praised by many celebrity investors. They have awesome ratings on sites like the BCA, BBB and TrustLink. They specialize in 401k and IRA rollovers. We highly recommend giving them a call to learn more about their services and to request their Gold IRA Kit.

Learn more about this company by reading the full review of Regal Assets  (provided by GoldIRAGuide.org)

#2 – Capital Gold Group

This is another great company to work with when it comes to adding gold and silver bullion coins and bars as part of your IRA. They have been in the market longer than Regal Assets, but they do have more negative reviews than then as well. All in all, this is still a solid company with great expertise in IRA, 401k and 403b rollovers. Give them a call, or request their free kit to learn more.

Learn more about this company by reading the full review of Capital Gold Group  (provided by GoldIRAGuide.org)

#3 – Merit gold

Based in Santa Monica California, Merit has a long history in providing gold, silver, platinum and palladium bullion coins and bars for investors from all over the United States. They also specialize in IRA rollovers to precious metals. Merit has a AAA rating from the BCA which shows that they are a professional company with a solid track record. Give them a call if you want to learn more about their Gold IRA.

Learn more about this company by reading the full review of Merit Gold  (provided by GoldIRAGuide.org)

#4 – Morgan Gold

This is a company that has received a lot of positive feedback from its clientele. However, some clients have also complained about the pricing and slow delivery times. We highly recommend doing additional research if you plan to work with them. During the time of writing this review, Morgan had much more positive feedback than negative, so we added them as part of our Top 5 list. Give them a call to ask about their pricing and delivery schedule

Learn more about this company by reading the full review of Morgan Gold  (provided by GoldIRAGuide.org)

#5 – Lexi Capital

This is a well known company in the precious metals industry. They specialize in American gold eagles, Canadian gold maple leafs and South African Krugerrands. However, we couldn’t find much feedback online when searching for information about this company. If you plan on working with Lexi Capital, we highly recommend doing additional research.

Learn more about this company by reading the full review of Lexi Capital  (provided by GoldIRAGuide.org)

#6 – Lear Capital

Lear Capital is often confused with Lexi, yet they are its own company. Lear Capital has been in the Gold IRA Rollover field for decades. Unlike the above company that doesn’t seem to have much feedback online, Lear Capital has a lot of positive feedback on sites like the BBB, BCA, TrustLink and Yellow Pages. There have been a few negative complaints regarding pricing and delivery, so we highly recommend doing additional research if you plan on working with Lear. All in all, it’s a great company to work with and they have made the #6 spot in our leaderboard.

Learn more about this company by reading the full review of Lear Capital  (provided by GoldIRAGuide.org)