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Stuart Veale

Stuart Veale

Stuart Veale is the founder and Managing Director of the Investment Performance Institute, a firm that specializes in providing advanced level capital markets training and consulting services to the financial services industry. Some of Mr. Veale’s clients include Goldman Sachs Inc., Morgan Stanley Inc., Deutsche Bank Inc., Met Life, Bank of America / Merrill Lynch, BNP Paribas Inc., First New York, Bloomberg LLP, Moody’s, Sociѐtѐ Gѐnѐrale and JP Morgan Chase.

Over the last 20+ years Mr. Veale has trained over 6000 financial professionals on global macroeconomics, risk analysis, derivative pricing, and commodity trading and communications issues. He has published 6 books and has also published numerous financial articles in magazines such as Registered Representative, Cashflow Magazine, and Medical Economics.

Stuart Veale has served as a Trustee of the Securities Industry Institute (SII) and is a frequent lecturer at the Institute’s Annual Training Program at the Wharton Business School. He frequently facilitates the ethics program at the Security Industry Association. He also lectures at the Stern Graduate School of Business at New York University as well as at numerous industry conferences.

Most importantly, Mr. Veale is an unapologetic proponent and advocate for creating legacy wealth portfolios utilizing physical precious metals . . . and is, himself, a long-time Monex customer.

Video clips from Stuart Veale's exclusive interview with Monex :

1. What do you see as the compelling reasons for investors to own gold?

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2. Globally, do you see governments reducing the amount of fiat money created on a printing press?

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3. Has skyrocketing government debt become the norm in the U.S., and how serious is the problem?

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4. Have we reached the "point of no return" in dealing with the debt crisis, and do you see more and more investors turning to gold?

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5. How are investors reacting to the devaluation of the dollar, and how does digital currency like Bitcoin compare to owning physical gold?

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6. We're hearing government reports of improving economic indicators. Is the situation getting better or is the risk even greater for investors?

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7. How do you access worldwide demand for gold, and how a pending crisis could impact the supply of gold for investors?

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8. What danger do ETFs pose for investors, and how does investing in Exchange Traded Funds compare to owning physical gold?

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9. As an educator, could you review the history of money and the critical role that gold has played over the years?

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10. Are central banks accumulating more gold and turning away from the U.S. Dollar?

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11. How do you think increased mining costs will impact supply & demand and the price of gold?

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12. What is your analysis of the silver, platinum, and palladium markets and their potential for precious metals investors?

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