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Bullion Dealer of the Year 2023 Voting Last Push


With Extra Time Added to the Vote After a Disqualification – How Does Voting Stand as We Head Into the Final Week?

Alison MacdonaldBullion.Directory precious metals news 01 June, 2023
By Alison Macdonald
Commercial Editor at Bullion.Directory

With only 8 days of voting remaining this is going to be my final look at voting progress until our polls close on June 9 and the results are announced June 12…

…and some of these results are ridiculously close!


Bullion Dealer of the Year 2023

In the main category, IRA Specialists Augusta Precious Metals have maintained their week one lead, but Birch Gold Group are less than one percent behind them. It’s going to be a photo finish!

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Best E-Commerce Company

In a chart that looks like JM Bullion are making some form of a hand gesture to the others, the e-comm giants look to have left other companies in the dust. Is it too late for catch up? Only your vote can decide…


Best Numismatics Company

Once again JM Bullion are far out in the front, maintaining their massive share of the week 1 vote. It’s too early to declare yet, but does it look like the numismatics category is in the bag?


Best Gold Retirement Company

This category saw a disqualification and replacement, with the whole vote extended by 2 weeks. It’s great to see Noble Gold surging strongly, having been added to the vote a mere week ago – and with only 0.4% separating Birch Gold Group and Augusta Precious Metals I genuinely have no idea who’s going to take it. None.


Best High Net Worth Specialists

As we head into the last few days of voting American Hartford who came top in the shortlisting vote are still in what looks like a two-horse race with Birch Gold – with both companies maintaining a strong lead over the rest of the field…


Best News & Analysis

In one of our new categories for 2023, we saw a fierce battle between similarly named Monetary Metals and Money Metals – and it looks like neither company is willing to give up the race in the finals. Will metals legend Keith Weiner take a win from the Idaho brothers? Or will the news and analysis machine that is BullionStar beat them all?
Agree with the public vote so far? Or would you rather your company take the cup?
Vote HERE – open until June 9.


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