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GoldSeek Web Radio: Marin Aleksov & Jeffrey Nichols, and your host Chris Waltzek

By: Chris Waltzek, Radio

 -- Published: Sunday, 15 March 2015 | Print  | Disqus 

Featured Guests

Marin Aleksov & Jeffrey Nichols

Interview Summaries

Marin Aleksov:
  • Thanks to the repeal of the the Glass-Steagall Act and related financial fail-safes, Pandora's box is fully ajar, economic misery is imminent.
  • Some executives succumbed to the lure of exorbitant bonuses, choosing profits to the detriment of investors.
  • Marin Aleksov likens precious metals exposure to home insurance.
  • The 3 year downturn has created a risk / reward situation that favors gold over most competing assets.
  • Mr. Aleksov visited Hong Kong, noting long lines of gold investors, waiting for an opportunity to procure the vital bullion insurance plan.
  • Most of the 35 million visitors from China consider a gold purchase.
  • Nevertheless only 10%-20% of the entire populace has access to gold, increasing future demand prospects.
  • He expects the Grexit (Greek exit from EU) to get out of hand, potentially leading next to an exit by Spain, making gold essential portfolio insurance.

Jeffrey Nichols:

  • Radio welcomes Jeffrey Nichols in his debut appearance on the show.
  • Economist Jeffrey Nichols recommends that every investment portfolio includes an allocation of at least 5%-10% in precious metals.
  • Physical bullion demand continues to rise, representing a disconnect, particularly in Asia, where demand is in excess of 1000 tons (29 million troy ounces).
  • Once the threat of central bank rate hikes passes, expect gold to soar several fold above current levels.
  • US equities are wildly overvalued - eventually investors will reallocate share profits into gold and silver bullion and related equities.

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Jeffrey Nichols

Rosland Capital

Jeffrey Nichols is recognized as one of the world's top experts in the economics and finance of precious metals. He has been a keynote speaker at dozens of investment and industry conferences, corporate meetings, and private company events around the world.

As managing director of American Precious Metals Advisors (APMA), he provides expert analysis of the economics of precious metal markets and offers strategic consulting and market research services to a wide range of corporate clients.

He has worked with mining companies on financing and investor relations, served as a director of two public companies, managed a mining-related mutual fund, and advised industry associations, national mints, central banks, and jewelry manufacturers.

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Marin Aleksov

In 2008 Marin Aleksov founded Rosland Capital – recognized today as one of the premier precious metal asset firms in the United States. Marin now serves as CEO of the company and guides the development and expansion of Rosland's activities, while remaining closely involved in ensuring customers' needs are met and exceeded.

Rosland currently employs about 70 people and strives to educate consumers on the benefits of buying precious metals.

Marin has said, "Historically, when Washington implements policies that cause the dollar to decline, these same actions tend to increase the value of gold. This is why many use gold as a hedge against inflation and for wealth preservation."

Given his knowledge and experience of the value of buying gold, Marin has been a source for a variety of media outlets reporting on the benefits of this kind of diversification. Marin Aleksov has been featured extensively as a guest on radio shows hosted by leading national commentators.

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