Rosland Capital on Gold and Other Precious Metals

Rosland Capital Enters Into Partnership to Aid Veteran Students in Need

September 14, 2015

Rosland Capital – a leading precious metals company based in Los Angeles – today announced the creation of the Rosland Capital Fund in partnership with UCLA’s Veteran Resource Office at the Bruin Resource Center to provide education, wellness and financial resources for veteran students at University of California, Los Angeles. In September and January, Rosland Capital will donate a combined $10,000 to UCLA’s VRO to elevate success of its student veterans through programs offered during the Fall 2015 and Winter 2016 quarters.

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Interest Rates, Fed Policy, and the Price of Gold

September 11, 2015

Traders and investors around the world are placing bets on whether or not the U.S. Federal Reserve, America’s central bank, will soon raise short-term interest rates given the continuing ambiguity in U.S. and global economic indicators and continuing volatility in world financial markets.

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Rosland Capital and InterMedia Advertising Unveil Latest Campaign Featuring William Devane in US and First-Ever UK Market Spots

September 3, 2015

Rosland Capital has wrapped its latest television campaign with gold-standard spokesman, William Devane. The ever-popular campaign, created and produced by InterMedia Advertising, will unveil all-new spots for the United States market this fall, and for the first time, will debut commercials produced for the UK market, created by London’s WPNChameleon.

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Gold – Wall Street Versus Main Street

August 5, 2015

At recent lows around $1075 an ounce, gold has been trading at the lowest price level since February 2010. And, in recent days, the metal has been consolidating in a narrow range just under $1100.

Now, it looks to me like gold is poised to break out one way or the other – but the question remains, “Which way?”

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Gold – Asia to the Rescue

July 17, 2015

I’m just back at my desk from a fact-finding mission to Shanghai and other Asian gold-trading centers where I met with gold importers, traders, jewelry manufacturers, retail outlets, and exchange officials.

The key take-away: Just as weakness in Asian markets may have contributed to the latest gold-price slump, an imminent recovery of physical demand across the region could be the catalyst to higher prices later this year.

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Gold – Watching the Fed

June 22, 2015

The U.S. economy has rebounded from its winter slump – but recent data continue to present mixed signals, leaving the Federal Reserve and most Fed-watchers alike uncertain about the timing of the much-anticipated first step-up in the Fed funds interest rate.

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Gold – Now is the Time

June 3, 2015

If investors ever needed physical gold in their portfolios, now is the time. Now is the time to protect even a well-diversified portfolio against the risks inherent in financial assets (equities, debt) and tangible assets (real estate, fine art, etc.) alike.

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