Texas Precious Metals Revenue Tops $180M in 2013 (Infographic)

Dear TexMetals customers:

We have decided to publicize our 2013 sales statistics.

TPM 2013 YEAR IN REVIEW

Given the nature of the precious metals industry, heavily dominated by private companies and largely unregulated - for good and for bad - corporate data from the leading national bullion dealers is rarely publicized. By nature, the industry is an insulated and highly competitive marketplace, and dealers generally guard their sales figures with extreme confidentiality. Internally, we have debated at length about the pros and cons of sharing our figures publicly, and concluded that publishing these figures is consistent with our emphasis on corporate transparency - even if that means the competition “knows what we’re doing."

Texas Precious Metals is a young subsidiary of a very old and well-respected manufacturing company founded by my great-grandfather in 1898. Today, TPM is (by nearly all metrics) the fastest growing bullion dealer in America. We wish to extend our sincerest gratitude to the thousands of loyal clients who have entrusted us with their business. Thank you for your advocacy. It was a pleasure doing business with you in 2013!

Sincerely,
Jason Kaspar
CEO, Texas Precious Metals


7 thoughts on “Texas Precious Metals Revenue Tops $180M in 2013 (Infographic)”

  • Richard

    For the US state map, did you adjust the sales for population or is it a raw $$ amount per state?

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    • TPM

      Hey Richard, this chart is based on raw sales per state, but it's very interesting to see what happens when you adjust for population accordingly. Alaska, Hawaii and the Northern Plains become much hotter demonstrating a high per-person saturation.

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      • Richard

        It would nice to see the chart based adjusted for population.
        By the way I have had a very good experience doing business with TPM, great people and service and competitive prices.

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        • TPM

          Hey Richard, here's the same map adjusted for population. Enjoy.

          https://www.texmetals.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Population-Adjusted-Sales.png

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          • Edward

            As an Alaskan, I'm proud to have contributed to TPM 2013 sales. What a great first time gold buying experience. Everything above-board, no hassles, and I got exactly what I ordered on time. Great company.
            Scott

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  • James

    Jason, integrity, being your word and customer service make for success. Congratulations! A proud company of Texas.

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  • mark

    What a great experience i had dealing with TPM,,,best prices out there as well,the next time i place a precious metals order im sticking with TPM..

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