Economics will dictate that the price of gold is going to rise

Financial journalist Lars Schall interviews gold researcher Ronan Manly about his analysis of the world’s major gold markets. Manly says London’s gold market is among the least transparent, „because the London Bullion Market Association and the banks they represent do not want anyone poking around and finding out what’s really going on.“

By Lars Schall

The following interview was conducted for and originally published here by Matterhorn Asset Management in Zurich.

Economics will dictate that the price of gold is going to rise

Here is the link to Bullionstar’s profiles of gold markets around the world, mentioned in the podcast:

Once you’re on one page, you can navigate to all of the others profiles using the list of links on the left hand frame.

Ronan Manly is an investment professional and research analyst with an interest in the monetary gold market. He is currently working as a consultant precious metals analyst for BullionStar Singapore. Ronan’s studies include financial and economics related undergraduate and Masters degrees at University College Dublin and London Business School. His career has spanned roles in portfolio management, stockbroking, and technology, working for companies including Dimensional Fund Advisors and Morgan Stanley. Since 2014, he has been writing a well-received blog on the BullionStar website addressing various aspects of the global gold market.

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