Goldline to Interview Author of “Inflation Nation"


Tom Cammack, Author of "Inflation Nation", to Discuss the Benefits of Investing in Gold on The American Advisor Radio Show

July 2, 2010

SANTA MONICA, CA - Goldline International, Inc., a leading gold and precious metals trading company, announced today that Tom Cammack, author of Inflation Nation: Wise Investing in a Foolish Age will discuss why he recommends buying precious metals on Goldline's July 5th edition of The American Advisor radio show.

In the interview, Mr. Cammack and Scott Carter, host of The American Advisor, will discuss the fall of national currencies, the characteristics of sound money, and the stagflation trap. Mr. Cammack will also offer his views on how gold will perform in inflationary and deflationary environments.

"I look forward to having Tom Cammack share his investment advice with our American Advisor listeners," said Scott Carter, Executive Vice President of Goldline and host of The American Advisor. "Tom began purchasing and recommending gold to his friends in 2000 when the price of gold was below $300 an ounce. He has a unique perspective that should benefit our clients and listeners."

The American Advisor interview of Tom Cammack will air on Monday, July 5 on radio stations throughout the U.S. Please call 1-800-963-9798 to find a station near you. Listen to The American Advisor over the internet at, archived shows can be heard at

"The American Advisor provides a tremendous forum for Goldline clients to learn more about the markets, precious metals, and events affecting our economy," added Robert Fazio, Executive Vice President of Goldline. "Tom Cammack's expertise in understanding the impact of inflation and role precious metals can play in minimizing the ravages of inflation is a very timely and important topic for everyone."

Tom Cammack is an investment professional with over 30 years of financial industry experience. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).

Release Date: 
Friday, July 2, 2010