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About Boston Bullion

Boston Bullion was founded in 2006. The business grew out of a personal financial interest in Gold and Silver by the founder of the company Kenneth Murphy. From early on in his own investing he became more immersed in learning about the history of Gold and Silver and its importance in the U.S. monetary system.

He found that the more you discover about precious metals the greater your desire to own it becomes. And from there you begin to want to inform your family and friends about its intrinsic value as well.

At Boston Bullion we have taken the position of providing investment grade bullion to as many Americans as possible. Countries around the world are acquiring gold at unprecedented levels while many in the US still view the yellow metal as a Barbarous Relic.

Boston Bullion strives to be the most trustworthy and reputable establishment in the United States with the best selection and lowest prices possible. We want to make investing in precious metals as convenient, safe and easy as possible. We look forward to earning your business every day.


The Market Gage for January 27, 2016

Market Insights
from Walter Pehowich

BlogTheMarketGageGood morning. I will be traveling to Dallas with the first flight out of Newark this morning, so unfortunately I will be unable to give my live market comments.

But I wanted to still communicate my thoughts on an aspect of the precious metals industry, so I decided to address the question:

Why do Central Banks buy Gold?

In recent months I have been told by some Wall Street professionals that they believe gold fundamentals have deteriorated. Not to mention the Fed’s decision to raise rates in December last year. And adding to this thought process, are some Fed governor comments that more rate hikes are a possibility.

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The Market Gage for October 26, 2015

Market Insights
By Walter PehowichBlogTheMarketGage

The precious metal markets start off the week locked in a trading range. Gold open interest is up for the fifth week in a row, indicating new longs in place, I guess with hopes the price of Gold has bottomed out.

Option traders on the street have flattened up their positions, giving up hope for a rally to $1,200 dollars going into CME option expiration tomorrow. Retail demand continues to lack any luster with most retail investors looking to equities as the fourth quarter rally continues.

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