This new 2019 commercial for Rosland Capital highlights the decline in purchasing power of the U.S. dollar during the 21st century: today’s dollars are worth only 68 cents compared to their value 19 years ago. If you’d bought gold in 2000 and held on for the long haul, you’d have realized gains of more than 400% today. Watch it here:
William Devane appears in an election-themed commercial, saying “the future of our country is hanging in the balance.” To secure that future, Devane encourages Americans to vote in the 2018 midterm elections, and to buy gold from Rosland Capital to protect their assets against runaway inflation caused by unstable governments.
Rosland Capital spokesman William Devane invites you to take a look at this tree, which continues to thrive at more than 200 years of age. The tree is like gold, representing stability in an uncertain world. Devane says “never before has it been more important to protect your assets” with gold and other precious metals, and encourages viewers to purchase gold from Rosland Capital.
A new video has recently been released by Rosland Capital with William Devane. In the commercial he chops wood and gives advice on protecting against inflation with gold from Rosland Capital.
William Devane is back for Rosland Capital with a giant vault, sharing how secure he feels gold IRAs are with audiences.
Here is a new video from Rosland Capital with William Devane in a busy cargo port, with more info on gold and silver coins from their collection.
Mr. Gold is back with the Rosland book of gold commercial spot. He shows off Rosland’s Formula 1 collection along with British and American gold coins.
Another new video with William Devane from Rosland Capital, this time on the American battleship USS Iowa with gold coins.
Here is an updated commercial of William Devane promoting silver coins and providing a glance into the collection from Rosland Capital.
Below is an updated video from Rosland Capital about the US debt. It features the clock and newspaper used in previous commercials, but now reflects our nation’s $19.5 trillion debt.