Buy Gold & Silver Bullion

To be officially recognized as bullion, gold and silver bars must be at least 99.5% pure (90% for bullion coins). GoldBroker ensures this minimum requirement by doing business only with refiners that have been certified by the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) and by seeing that the bullion never leaves its professional storage units from the time of fabrication to its delivery to you or your storage facility. GoldBroker, on behalf of its clients, sources bullion with purity of up to 99.999% (100% purity is virtually impossible). Goldbroker knows the precious metals industry top to bottom. Our staff of international brokers and experts is well-positioned to guide you through the investment process. Browse our products, learn about the Goldbroker's solution to protecting your wealth, and feel free to contact us at any time.


Precious Metals Spot Prices
Metal Bid Ask Performance
Gold $1,794.01 $1,794.98 0.63
Silver $24.31 $24.42 0.74
Palladium $2,014.77 $2,030.63 0.18
Platinum $1,040.07 $1,046.04 -0.97
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Bullion refers to refined precious metals, particularly gold and silver but also palladium and platinum. Employed by mankind for thousands of years as an exchange of value (coinage), bullion is now more important as a store of value and an investment—a hedge against economic turbulence and inflation. For these purposes, it most commonly takes the form of a bar or ingot. Precious metals, with their brilliant luster, of course continue to be popular as a show of value (jewelry).

Bullion is cast into bars and ingots or minted into coins. Whatever its physical form, it remains bullion by definition because its value is determined by its mass and purity rather than by any monetary designation on its face. In the frequent times when the face value of paper currencies fluctuated wildly due to the financial and political uncertainties of the past century, the value of gold increased and it can always be expected to maintain this value over the long term.

Precious metals

Precious metals are so named because they are (1) rare and difficult to find, and (2) naturally metallic in chemical content. They are discovered and extracted from the earth by miners in the form of ore, the mixture with the rock in which they are embedded. Refiners then use chemicals and/or extreme heat to separate the metal(s) from the rock to create bullion. When more than one metal is present after this process, it is called “unparted bullion.” Pure, single-metal bullion is known as “parted bullion.” 

Gold and Silver Bullion premiums

The prices of precious metals are determined on the commodity markets and represented by the spot price which denotes current value. To this is added a premium that accounts for the costs of transforming the bullion to a chosen form and weight. Larger bars have smaller premiums than coins because of the amount of processing relative to their precious metal content, but smaller bars and coins offer greater liquidity. Coins also fetch a higher premium for their “collectible” worth.





Secure storage

Store your precious metals in a secure vault outside the banking system, in New York, Toronto, Zurich and Singapore. Full-name ownership, insurance and direct access to the vault.

Pick up

Withdrawal of your gold and silver in our storage partner's world-class vaults.


We deliver gold and silver bullion to the United States or any international destination through our insured shipping services.


How to invest?

1 Create an account

Complete the online registration form and verify the account by sending a copy of your identification document (ID or passport) and proof of address.

2 Place an order

Select the desired products and services, then confirm the order by filling in your credit card details.

3 Transfer funds

Transfer the necessary funds to pay your order by bank transfer.