A-Mark Precious Metals Inc. Common Stock (NASDAQ:AMRK)

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A-Mark Precious Metals, Inc. operates as a full service precious metals trading company offering a wide array of products and services. The Company's products include gold, silver, platinum and palladium for storage and delivery in the form of coins, bars, wafers and grain. Its services include financing, leasing, consignment, hedging and a variety of customized financial programs. The Company's clients include coin and metal dealers, investors, collectors, mines, manufacturers, refiners, jewelers, investment advisors, merchants, commodity brokerage houses and central banks. A-Mark Precious Metals, Inc. is based in Santa Monica, California....

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