Rosland Capital released their latest television ad this week featuring spokesman William Devane. The spot highlights the Rosland Capital partnership with Fisher House Foundation and Valour Place. Each sale of a silver maple leaf coin will result in a $1 donation to Fisher House and Valour Place.
Marin Aleksov – Source: Los Angeles Business Journal
Marin Aleksov was featured in a recent article by the Los Angeles Business Journal covering Rosland Capital’s expansion into the United Kingdom. Written by James Rufus Koren, the article includes several quotes from Aleksov which discuss Rosland’s plan to appeal to British consumers. The article also touches on the difference between the gold markets in the US and UK and how British consumers view buying gold differently than consumers in the United States.
Based in London, Rosland UK will debut with a staff of 12 professionals and serve as a beachhead for wider expansion later in the European Union.
Marin Aleksov said of the expansion, “We plan to follow the same successful approach pioneered in the U.S., providing people with experience-backed knowledge that inspires confidence in their purchases, broadening their options and providing exemplary customer service.’’
Aleksov also noted that Rosland Capital continues to create jobs in the United States and now in the United Kingdom.
Rosland UK will leverage television advertising with a strong online presence to grow its customer base.
The Rosland Capital team was mentioned in My Fox LA’s Good Day LA coverage during Memorial Day’s Walk for Warriors event put on by New Directions for Veterans. Rosland Capital raised over $10,000 for the cause, which helps support homeless and needy veterans.
“It’s the New Directions for Veterans 4th annual Walk for Warriors Memorial Day 5k. This is a wonderful organization that helps end homelessness among veterans. The event this morning is being held at the veterans facility in West Los Angeles off Wilshire Blvd, on the west side of the 405 here across from the National Cemetery. Participants are walking and running to honor the war dead and help the veterans assimilate back into non-combat life. Too many of our heroes are without work and homeless, and New Directions has dedicated itself to ending this problem. Christine Devine, our anchor on the 10:00 news is very active in this organization. Rosland Capital, you may have heard of the precious metal company, they’re based in Santa Monica and have a team participating here in the run and walk today. They pride themselves in hiring as many veterans as possible. We need more Rosland Capital’s out there. Believe it or not, Tony, over 6,000 homeless vets are still here just in Los Angeles alone, and we have to drop that number significantly.”
Marin Aleksov was Joe Deaux’s guest Friday on TheStreet to discuss changing gold prices in the wake of Russia pulling troops from the Ukraine border. Aleksov explained that gold prices are often volatile during times of turmoil and that the situation in the Ukraine was far from over. Aleksov said to expect more changes to gold prices as events develop.
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.