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Rosland Capital CEO, Marin Aleksov, recently spoke to the Los Angeles Business Journal, which published an article about the opportunity that exists for Rosland Capital in light of the crisis in Greece. “The volume of buyers and interest is huge” Aleksov told LABJ, despite the fact that gold prices have not spiked as expected.
Aleksov went on to tell author Matt Pressberg that the volatility is helping Rosland Capital, particularly in their London office.
The London office opened last year, and has grown from 10 employees to 30 among a collector mentality in the UK.
Rosland Capital’s Senior Economic Advisor Jeffrey Nichols offered an honest review of Rosland Capital this year and lays out why he chose to work with the company. With Nichols, it’s all about trust.
“One thing I’ve learned, above everything else, is that the gold business – from the largest bullion dealer to the “mom and pop” coin shop is built on trust, integrity, and personal relationships.
Companies that don’t value these business principles come and go. Meanwhile, companies – like Rosland Capital – do well by doing good, by putting their client needs first.”
Read the full review of Rosland Capital.
The economy is suffering from “secular stagnation,” writes Rosland Capital’s Senior Economic Advisor, Jeffrey Nichols. The economy remains anemic according to Nichols, who released a report on behalf of Rosland Capital.
“The latest economic data show a bounce back from the harsh winter interruption in activity – not an improvement in the underlying fundamentals as wishful thinkers believe.
The household sector simply cannot fund a recovery in consumer spending nor in home sales and new construction – prerequisites for a robust economy – because it remains overly indebted, underemployed and rightfully cautious. Meanwhile, much needed public spending is politically impossible.
Factor in a likely correction – or, worse yet, a crash – on Wall Street and there is still more juice for a resumption in gold’s long-term bull market.
Equity prices have been inflated by central bank monetary creation, not by a fundamentally healthy economy. The broad market indexes (like the S&P 500) are at or near record highs, not because most companies have moved higher but because a small few that dominate the indexes are up sharply.”
Nichols’ takeaway is that while in the past the competition between equities and gold has gone to equities, we are now at a point where there will be a shift towards bullion.
Read his full report or follow Rosland Capital on Twitter for more information.