Rosland Capital on Gold and Other Precious Metals

Rosland Looks at the Indian Gold Trade

August 6, 2014

NEW YORK (August 5, 2014) – Jeffrey Nichols, senior economic advisor to Rosland Capital had the following comments: 

We are soon entering a propitious period for gold in the annual calendar.  Historically, prices have moved higher as gold traders and buyers returned from their summer holidays.  

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Rosland Capital Reports On Gold Manipulation

July 23, 2014

NEW YORK (July 23, 2014) – Jeffrey Nichols, Senior Economic Advisor to Rosland Capital (, had the following comments:  

In recent days, gold prices have been bound in a relatively narrow trading range with good support from physical buyers just above $1300 an ounce and overhead resistance as the price nears $1320. And, beyond this range, there's a somewhat wider technical trading band between $1280 and $1340 an ounce. 

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Nichols Gold Will See Gains

July 17, 2014

Rosland Capital's Senior Economic Advisor Jeffrey Nichols appeared on the The Street Thursday morning, telling host Joe Deaux that contrary to forecasts by other analysts, gold will ultimately see gains by the end of the year.

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Rosland Capital Reports On Gold and the Macro Economy

June 4, 2014

I’m just back from a two-week vacation from the gold market.  In the interim much has changed – especially the metal’s price, which has fallen some $65 to $75 an ounce.  That’s more than five percent – but no reason to despair!    

While the price has weakened, the metal’s fundamentals, fundamentals we have discussed in past reports, have continued to improve, so much so that some bounce-back now seems likely – with bigger gains due later this year.  

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Rosland Capital CEO Marin Aleksov Appears on TheStreet with Joe Deaux

June 4, 2014

Rosland Capital’s CEO, Marin Aleksov, recently appeared on TheStreet with Joe Deaux to discuss gold prices as they relate to the situation in the Ukraine. Marin told Mr. Deaux that the easing of tensions in that region reduces the fear trade for gold, which traders often buy during times of geopolitical uncertainties. Marin notes that the situation is not over, and that further fluctuations in gold prices could result as more events between Ukraine and Russia unfold. 

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