Goldline Ranked #32 Privately-Held Company

GOLDLINE INTERNATIONAL RANKS #32 IN 100 LARGEST PRIVATELY-HELD COMPANIES BY LA BUSINESS JOURNAL

October 19, 2009

SANTA MONICA, CA - Goldline International, Inc., a leading gold and precious metals trading company, was recently ranked the 32nd largest privately-held company in Los Angeles by the Los Angeles Business Journal.

"Everyone at Goldline has worked very hard to build the company into a national leader in the gold and precious metals field," stated Mark Albarian, President and CEO of Goldline. "We are proud to be recognized by the Los Angeles Business Journal for our growth which we achieved by providing quality gold, silver and rare coins and outstanding customer support to our valuable clients."

Goldline is an industry leader in the precious metals and rare coin field serving individual investors and collectors who wish to add gold, silver and rare coins to their investment portfolio. With nearly 50 years in business and a strong history of client service, Goldline has become the choice of thousands of precious metals and rare coin investors and collectors. Goldline anticipates even greater demand for its gold and silver products as investors continue to look to diversify their portfolios and seek greater protection against a falling dollar and looming inflation.

Although many Goldline clients are located in the greater Los Angeles area, Goldline assists clients throughout the United States.

The LA Business Journal selects its top privately-held companies based upon company revenues. They reported an annual revenue of $525.4 Million and number of employees as 319 for Goldline.

"We expect Goldline to continue its growth and plan to remain on the LA Business Journal’s list of largest privately-held companies," said Albarian.

In addition to this recognition from the LA Business Journal, Scott Carter, an Executive Vice President with Goldline, was recently interviewed by Fox Business regarding gold’s recent record highs and long term outlook. During the interview, Carter explained that investor concern over deficit spending, the falling U.S. dollar and future inflation are among the principal drivers for gold’s record highs. You can view the interview at Goldline’s website, www.goldline.com.

To request an interview with a Goldline executive regarding gold and other precious metals investments, please contact Goldline at 310.587.1415.

Release Date: 
Monday, October 19, 2009