Thursday, May 14, 2009

Spyker Consulting Offers IRA Services

Spyker Consulting, Inc., an international bullion brokerage firm announced today that it is offering IRA services for qualified investors seeking to have gold, silver, platinum or palladium in their retirement accounts.

"There are billions of dollars in IRA accounts, many of which are down in value significantly over the past few years," said JM Schuler, Chief Analyst, Spyker Consulting. He continued, "We have found investors to be desperately searching for ways to put some of this money into tangible assets, and, at the same time recoup some of their losses in the equities markets."

Spyker Consulting, Inc. has chosen Sterling Trust Company to be the bank of record and administrator of the IRA programs. Sterling is one of very few banks allowed to offer precious metals in IRAs.

Mr. Schuler added, "We began working with Sterling Trust a few months ago, and are now set to roll out our national program for IRA services. Gold and silver are historic hedges against inflation and currency value erosion. While precious metals may not be for everyone, we can see a percentage of client assets invested for the long term in this historically proven manner. Due to the current economic crisis, many people are not liquid, except for their retirement accounts. This service allows them to participate in the best performing asset class of the decade while protecting their portfolios from further, possible stock market deterioration."

The offering of IRA services is just one of many positive components making up Spyker Consulting, Inc.'s program to grow as a national and international full-service precious metals bullion dealer.

For more information on Spyker IRA services or to contact Mr. Schuler, email: or call 888-779-5374 or, visit or

Spyker Consulting, Inc. is an international precious metals broker specializing in gold, silver, platinum and palladium. The company clears through Certified Inc., and all metals are stored physically on deposit at COMEX, NYMEX and London Exchange approved depositories.

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