GFMS’ Philip Klapwijk Featured In Goldline's Newsletter

GFMS' PHILIP KLAPWIJK DISCUSSES THE IMPACT OF SOVEREIGN DEBT ON WORLD ECONOMIES AND FUTURE GOLD PRICES IN GOLDLINE'S NEWSLETTER

Sovereign Debt May Lead to Future Inflation and Record Gold Prices

July 12, 2010

SANTA MONICA, CA - Goldline International, Inc's newly released newsletter features an article from one of the world's foremost precious metals analysts, Philip Klapwijk. Klapwijk, who is the Executive Director of GFMS, a London-based precious metals consultancy, discusses the implications of the sovereign debt crisis and its potential effect on future gold prices. Europe most recently saw a decline in the euro and record gold prices as sovereign debt from Greece and other Eurozone countries created a crisis of confidence in fiat currencies. However, the United States is not immune to this same debt crisis. As Klapwijk explains in the latest American Advisor newsletter, "eventually, bond investors may also lose confidence in U.S. government paper" ultimately leading to deflation or inflation and higher gold prices.

"The American Advisor newsletter provides a valuable tool to Goldline clients who understand that global and domestic economic trends can have long-term effects on their personal finances. That's why so many of Goldline's clients choose to diversify their portfolios with physical gold," said Mark Albarian, president and CEO, Goldline. "I believe these timely and important articles about events which affect nearly every individual are must-reads for anyone concerned about today's economy."

To request a copy of the American Advisor and a free gold investor kit, please call Goldline at 1-877-641-2646.

Release Date: 
Monday, July 12, 2010