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

For the first time in most Americans’ lifetimes, they are having to navigate chronic shortages. From bare shelves at discount stores to contract labor being unavailable, the supply of goods and services is seemingly unable to keep up with...
Kicking the can down the road is the new national pastime. Every time the government’s bills come due, officials at the Treasury Department find creative ways of paying them with money they don’t have.
Insidious plans are afoot in Washington to give IRS officials another $80 billion for auditors and then unleash them on bank account holders. New, heavy-handed IRS and Federal Reserve controls along with other threats to financial privacy...
Credit risk out of China and debt ceiling drama in Washington are driving precious metals markets this week. Gold and silver attracted some significant safe-haven buying as equity markets succumbed to selling.
Mega investors have been talking up the merits of gold ownership lately. For example, the billionaire hedge fund manager who executed the “greatest trade ever” in 2007 is now pounding the table about the opportunity in hard money.
Afghanistan has fallen. The U.S. government’s nearly two-decade-long, multi-trillion-dollar “nation building” effort in the troubled, tribal country may now have nothing to show for itself.
The gold market has no shortage of issues following Sunday evening’s “flash crash” that saw prices drop sharply at the open.
What happens when the debt comes due? It’s a question millions of Americans are grappling with in their personal finances. It’s also a multi-trillion dollar question facing officials in Washington, D.C.
While Olympic athletes in Tokyo are going for the gold, investors are going for anything that might provide positive real returns.
President Joe Biden is in denial about inflation. This week he superficially addressed the problem by admitting the obvious – that prices have been rising rapidly this year – while denying that the inflation surge represents anything out...
Gold weighs 19.3 times as much as an equal volume of water.

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