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Stefan Gleason

President of Money Metals Exchange

Stefan GleasonStefan Gleason is President of Money Metals Exchange, a national precious metals dealer with over 30,000 customers. A graduate of the University of Florida, Gleason is a seasoned business leader, investor, political strategist, and grassroots activist. Gleason has frequently appeared on national television networks such as CNN, FoxNews, and CNBC, and his writings have appeared in hundreds of publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Detroit News, Washington Times, and National Review. You can reach Stefan at: [email protected].

 

Stefan Gleason Articles

Last Wednesday’s rate hike by the Federal Reserve failed to convince investors that the central bank can tame inflation without wrecking the economy.
Last week’s release of first quarter GDP data was a disappointment, as GDP sank by 1.4%. Analyst expectations were calling for a rise of 1%.
World events are driving a volatile and potentially pivotal environment ahead for investors. Huge swings in financial markets are likely still to come.
The global financial system is on the brink of being thrown into chaos. The United States and Europe moved to target Russian central bank reserves and sever the country’s banking system from the SWIFT global financial network.
Geopolitical tensions are casting a pall over the Olympics in China amid rising fears of war with Russia. As nations prepare for conflict, investors should brace for potential fallout in asset markets.
Over the past year, the Federal Reserve Note “dollar” has been losing value at an alarming pace as reflected by broad price level increases.
As an overall disappointing year for gold and silver markets winds to a close, metals investors are looking ahead to 2022.
Money Metals president Stefan Gleason appeared today in a special interview by Tom Bodrovics of Palisades Gold Radio to discuss taxation of precious metals by the IRS, state and federal laws, premiums and minting challenges in the physical...
As Bitcoin made new all-time highs in recent weeks, an increasing number of investors referred to it as the “new gold.”
The Biden administration is moving aggressively to raise revenues by any means necessary – including going after precious metals held in so-called “home storage” or “checkbook” retirement accounts.

Palladium, platinum and silver are the most common substitutes for gold that closely retain its desired properties.

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