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.Read more
Having failed in its attempt earlier this month to move above $1,300 an ounce, gold is once again looking for sustainable support under the technically and psychologically important $1,200 level.Read more
Rosland Capital donated $92,871 to local and national charities through money raised by the company and its employees during 2014. With the purpose of matching Rosland Capital’s company and customer values with non-profit partner goals, Rosland hand-picked organizations to focus on throughout the year.Read more
Gold-price volatility so far this year has been a reflection of short-term speculative activity by a relatively small group of hedge-funds and other institutional traders taking relatively large positions in “paper” markets.Read more
Following an initial engagement in 2009, Rosland Capital – a leading Los Angeles based precious metal asset firm – returned to H+K Strategies in 2014 for help leveraging opportunities for CSR communication through partnerships with local non-profits tied to veterans and homelessness in Los Angeles.Read more
2015 could be the year for gold to shine. Having recorded its all-time high above $1920 an ounce in September 2011, the metal has been in decline now for nearly three and a half years and, consequently, its allure as a reliable hedge asset and store of value has been tarnished.Read more
After some three years of disappointment, 2015 promises to be a good year for gold investors.
While the near-term price outlook remains uncertain, I feel fairly confident that gold will be considerably higher at this time next year – and on its way to new historic highs in the years ahead.Read more
Rosland Capital donated over $12K to the American Red Cross following a month long promotion in October.Read more
Any day now, gold could find itself in a sustainable long-term uptrend – or not.
What remains true is that near-term gold-price prospects remain uncertain with the continuing possibility of sizeable price moves in either – or even both – directions.
What also remains true is the high probability that the yellow metal’s price will be considerably higher at this time next year – with a sustainable long-term upswing already underway.Read more
In a national referendum planned for later this month, Swiss voters will be deciding whether or not the country’s central bank should begin buying more gold.Read more