Join Accredited Investor Markets Radio for a great discussion about gold (and silver, platinum, and palladium) with Drew Mason, of Dillon Gage Metals in Episode 64. What reasons support a 10% portfolio allocation in gold, even though gold prices have decreased in recent years? How does the answer to that question involve macro trends like the Fed’s asset purchases and low interest rates? Drew Mason explains these and other questions.
Find out more about Drew Mason and Dillon Gage Metals here.
Drew Mason is the Director of Asset Management at Dillon Gage Metals. Mason worked on Wall Street for fifteen years after completing his studies at Wharton. He has written about and conducted interviews on the precious metals via numerous media channels such as Forbes and Business Insider.
Mason is a founding member of Palos Harbor Fund – a physical gold income fund.
Mason is also the author of Victory from Defeat: Learn How and Why Winners Win from History’s Greatest Success Stories, which includes vignettes on popular figures in history. The contents of the book include several stories of how the subjects overcame cases of devastating failure to reach their ultimate successes in life.
Mason is based in Philadelphia, Penn.
Mr. Cahill is counsel with Lowis & Gellen LLP, in Chicago, Illinois. He guides secured lenders, creditors, debtors, creditors’ committees, potential purchasers and others through bankruptcy cases, out-of-court workouts, assignments for the benefit of creditors, and receiverships. Mr. Cahill has substantial mega-case experience at national law firms representing very large debtors, and has counseled and…
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