Goldstar Trust, DDSC add Texas Silver Round to list of approved IRA silver

GoldStar Trust Company, a leading IRA custodian, and DDSC (Delaware Depository) are the two latest institutions to add the .9999 fine Texas Silver Round to the their respective catalogs of approved silver. By definition, the Texas Silver Round qualifies as an IRA-eligible product because it meets the fineness requirements of the US government and is minted at an ISO-9001 facility. However, every institution has the right to accept or reject IRA-eligible products.

The popularity of the Texas Silver Round has made it impossible to ignore. With a circulation of 540,000 rounds in only nine months, the 2013 Texas round has proved itself as a product in high demand. Texas Precious Metals is anticipating a circulation of 1,000,000 Texas Rounds in 2014.

We are honored that GoldStar and DDSC have recognized the Texas Round. DDSC joins CNT Depository as an approved storage facility.


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