Investing In Gold For Protection and Profit


Investing In Gold For Protection and Profit

Is high inflation keeping you up at night? If not it should. The financial markets are going through a paradigm shift that most people are not aware of. Investing in gold is historically one safe haven you should consider.

If you want to protect what you have and profit along the way George Milling Stanley has some answers for you. Listen to why gold makes sense now vs in the past, how you can incorporate gold into your portfolio, allocations, and different tools. 

If you the markets have you seasick, dont miss this episode.

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Today's Guest: George Milling-Stanley

George is a Vice President and Chief Gold Strategist at State Street Global Advisors’ SPDR ETFs business. Prior to joining State Street, George was a Managing Director at the World Gold Council, where he was a key member of the team responsible for working with State Street Global Advisors to pioneer and launch the world’s first gold-backed ETF. He was integral in crafting the structures and processes required to make gold-backed ETFs functional.Before joining the WGC, George worked at Lehman Brothers where he developed customer business for the precious metals trading desk while being responsible for the firm’s research and analysis of the metals markets.Prior to joining Lehman Brothers, George’s career included five years as Chief Precious Metals Analyst at Consolidated Gold Fields, and 10 years as a reporter and columnist with the Financial Times. 

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