Precious Metals

Future of Gold Looks Bright

Late last month, gold and silver prices saw new highs. On February 23, anxiety of the new U.S. president and his administration’s new policies caused prices to hit a 3.5-month high.

The momentum continued over the next few days, pushing gold and silver slightly higher in anticipation of President Trump’s speech to the U.S. Congress about his plans for growing the country’s economy.

Managing director of American Precious Metals Advisors and senior economic advisor to Rosland Capital, Jeffrey Nichols, was interviewed about his insight on the recent jump in prices and outlook of precious metals. Here are a few quotes from him:

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In recent weeks, with gold trading in a narrow range and good technical support apparent to all, perceptions of momentum have also shifted and today traders just didn’t want to lose out — or bet against —  a rising market.

Additionally, there has also been a positive shift in inflation and inflation expectations offsetting the expected rise in interest rates. In other words, real ‘inflation-adjusted’ interest rates are falling, and this is — and will continue to be— a big plus for the yellow metal.

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Gold has a bullish posture considering the metal has been able to rise despite a bearish factor — expectations for higher U.S. interest rates this year.

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In my view, an accelerating U.S. consumer-price inflation rate will outpace any increase in nominal rates brought about by the Fed – a trend that will contribute to record high gold prices in the next few years.

Stay up-to-date on precious metal prices with Rosland Capital’s gold and silver price historical charts. You can also head over to Rosland Capital’s products page to view gold and silver coins.

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MTB Features Rosland Capital Liberty Coin Series

Last month, the Lady Liberty series available from Rosland Capital was featured in a piece on MTB. Minted by Swiss-based PAMP, the gold coins are available in three different designs that display the iconic views of the Statue of Liberty. The obverse shows the Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Ian Rank­-Broadley.

Head over to the MTB website for more information on the Rosland Capital collection.

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Rosland Capital to Distribute Official Formula 1® Coin Collection

Rosland Capital recently announced global distribution of an Official Formula 1® gold and silver coin collection, in celebration of the the FIA Formula One World Championship as well as the British, Italy, the United States and Brazil Grand Prix races. Available in the United States and in the United Kingdom, the front of each of these limited series coins includes a Formula 1® car, the name of the event and the Formula 1® logo. Gold coins celebrating the British Grand Prix™, which will be held July 8-10, 2016, became available on June 15.

The collection also features limited single gold and silver coins with all 21 Formula 1 circuit names printed on the front and includes a certificate number, statement of metal fineness, weight, proof of quality statement, and signature of the PAMP assayer.

The back of each coin in the collection features Ian Rank-Broadley’s portrait of Queen Elizabeth II along with the legal tender value of the coin.

“We are honored to be working with our friends at Stunt & Co. on this endeavor,” said Marin Aleksov, Chief Executive Officer of LA-based Rosland Capital LLC. “The coins are not only a way to celebrate the races, but also a unique keepsake for coin collectors and Formula One fans alike. The history of the races are truly brought to life in the coin series.”

The collection is minted by Swiss-based PAMP and is in association with the global license-holders, Stunt & Co. Ltd. Go to https://www.roslandcapital.com/f1 for more information about the collection or check out more about the Formula 1® Collection from Rosland Capital on Coin Week and on Coin World.

Rosland Capital Expands Internationally With Opening of United Kingdom Office

Rosland Capital has expanded overseas, with the opening of their first international office on July 7.

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.

Rosland Capital Included in Walk for Warriors Coverage | Good Day LA

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.

Click here to view the video on the My Fox LA website.

Coverage transcript:

“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.”