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Rosland Capital on Gold and Other Precious Metals

Rosland Capital Honored by Fisher House Foundation

May 13, 2015

On May 12, 2015, Rosland Capital was honored at its Los Angeles office with a plaque presentation by Fisher House Foundation Chief of Staff Mary B. Considine for the company’s continuing support of the organization and veterans. Rosland Capital CEO, Marin Aleksov, in turn, presented Considine with a limited edition silver Maple Leaf coin produced by Royal Canadian Mint and a check donation. The symbolic gesture follows a partnership agreement struck between Rosland Capital and Fisher House Foundation in 2014.

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Gold – Where Next?

May 2, 2015

A reassessment of economic prospects – and revised financial-market expectations of Fed policy – sometime in the next few months could support a spring-summer recovery in the price of gold, lifting the yellow metal up and out of its recent trading range.

 

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Rosland Capital and American Red Cross Team Up to Support Veterans with Amazon Collector's Book Promotion

April 23, 2015

Rosland Capital – a leading, precious metals company – today announced a partnership with the American Red Cross in conjunction with the release of collector’s book The Rosland Capital Guide To Gold (penned by Rosland Capital CEO Marin Aleksov and John Watson) – now available on Amazon.com. For every book sold, Rosland Capital will donate $10 to the American Red Cross in support of its services to veterans and current military – granting gold and numismatic enthusiasts everywhere a chance to give back to the brave men and women of the United States armed forces – past and present.

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Gold and the US economy

April 17, 2015

A reassessment of economic prospects and Fed policy in the weeks and months ahead could be just the turn of events that will support a springtime recovery in the price of gold, lifting the yellow metal up and out of its recent trading range. 

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Interest Rates and the Future of Gold

March 24, 2015

From day to day and week to week, short-run fluctuations in the price of gold have, of late, been driven almost entirely by expectations of prospective Federal Reserve monetary policies, particularly with respect to short-term interest rates.

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Gold: Think Long-Term

February 27, 2015

Although I expect gold prices to rise sharply by the end of the year, possibly even testing gold’s all-time high near $1,924 an ounce, I’m the first to admit that short-term forecasts are highly uncertain.

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