American Advisor: Euro Zone Forecast, Gold Standard

HOW MIGHT THE ONGOING EURO ZONE DEBT CRISIS AFFECT FUTURE GOLD PRICES? WHY ARE SOME EXPERTS ADVOCATING A RETURN TO A GOLD STANDARD?

Goldline International's Newest American Advisor Newsletter Discusses
Important Issues Related to the Economy and Precious Metals

SANTA MONICA, CA (February 14, 2012) - Goldline's newest issue of the American Advisor newsletter discusses how Europe's ongoing debt crisis may affect future gold prices as well as current and historical perspective on the use of a gold standard for U.S. currency.

The lead article, authored by Philip Klapwijk, Global Head of Metals Analytics for Thomson Reuters GFMS, explains why Europe's efforts to combat its debt crisis are failing to resolve core issues and could lead to a surge in gold purchases by investors seeking "safe haven" assets. Further, the euro zone crisis may spread to other industrialized nations including the United States.

The newsletter also examines the United States' economic prosperity under the gold standard and why some experts believe a return to the gold standard may offer a cure to the current economic crisis. 

A third article offers a retrospective of the silver American Eagle, which recently celebrated its 25th anniversary. The article provides insight into the process of designing and producing this iconic U.S. coin from the coin's designer, John Mercanti, former Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint.

To interview Goldline executives about these topics or the precious metals markets, please contact Frank Lentini at 212-255-8386 / lentini@sommerfield.com.

Release Date: 
Tuesday, February 14, 2012