Barry Stuppler

Barry Stuppler"The Gold and Silver Minute," a new, daily radio program with up-to-the-minute news about the precious metals market has been launched by Barry Stuppler, President of Stuppler & Company in Woodland Hills, California and President of the California Coin and Bullion Merchants Association.

The informative and timely new program is broadcast each weekday at 5:06 p.m. Pacific time during afternoon drive time on one of the top-rated Southern California radio stations, KFWB News Talk 980 CBS Los Angeles, and is available around the world online at www.losangeles.cbslocal.com/station/kfwb-news-talk-980 […]

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Barry StupplerA new, weekly radio program about coins and other collectibles has been launched by Barry Stuppler, President of Stuppler & Company in Woodland Hills, California and the Immediate Past President of the American Numismatic Association.

The one-hour program, “What’s It Really Worth?,” is broadcast each Saturday at 9 p.m. Pacific time on one of the top-rated Los Angeles radio stations, TalkRadio 790 KABC-AM, and is available around the world online at www.KABC.com […]

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(San Diego, California) — The California Coin & Bullion Merchants Association (CCBMA) has presented an Exceptional Service Award to veteran rare coin dealer Harlan White of San Diego, California. (Left to right) California Coin & Bullion Merchants Association VP Jim Hill and President Barry Stuppler surprised veteran dealer Harlan White with the group’s Exceptional Service […]

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The American Numismatic Association’s 2009 World’s Fair of Money® gives visitors the chance to see some of the world’s most beautiful and valuable coins, interact with top numismatists, and explore one of the country’s most exciting cities. The event will be held Aug. 5-9 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, and will feature more than […]

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A veteran precious metals expert, Barry Stuppler of Woodland Hills, California, President of the American Numismatic Association, cautions there are many false and misleading statements repeatedly made about gold as part of a diversified portfolio. He believes we’ll see hyperinflation and gold at $2,011 an ounce by the end of 2011.

Barry StupplerWoodland Hills, CA — False and misleading statements about gold as part of a diversified portfolio are frequently repeated in the news media, according to Barry Stuppler, president of the non-profit, 32,000-member American Numismatic Association.

 

“Some of the hackneyed arguments against gold come from financial analysts who work for brokerage houses that have a vested interest in steering money toward equities they sell and away from physical gold ownership. Some news organizations are giving out the same incorrect or misleading comments,” said Stuppler, who is also president of Barry Stuppler & Company, Inc. of Woodland Hills, California, a rare coin and precious metals dealership.

 

Here are frequently encountered arguments against investing in gold and Stuppler’s responses based on his over 30 years of professional experience in the gold and silver markets.

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Executive Director also reports improvement in overall financial picture The American Numismatic Association Board of Governors has approved a balanced operating budget for the 2009-10 fiscal year, signaling a momentous financial turnaround for the ANA, which performed under a projected $1.4 million operating deficit in fiscal year 2008-09. The approved budget, announced during the Board’s […]

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The American Numismatic Association Board of Governors has finalized new membership tiers, reducing annual dues for those who prefer reading The Numismatist online while increasing rates for those who want to have the magazine delivered to their door each month. Under the new fee structure, which takes effect for members on June 1 and for […]

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Austin M. Sheheen Jr. of Camden, S.C. has been appointed treasurer of the American Numismatic Association, President Barry Stuppler has announced. An ANA member since 1958, he replaces Adna G. Wilde Jr., who passed away in November. Sheheen is a founding member of Sheheen, Hancock & Godwin, CPAs and former Air Force officer, who also […]

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Retired Lt. Col. Adna G. Wilde Jr., former president, Board member, executive director, treasurer and parliamentarian of the American Numismatic Association, died on the morning of Nov. 17 in Colorado Springs. He was 88.   "This is a sad time for our Association," ANA President Barry Stuppler said. "Adna will be remembered as one of […]

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American Numismatic Association Past President Adna Wilde received the inaugural Adna G. Wilde Jr. Award for Excellence in Colorado Springs on Oct. 15. The award, named in Wilde’s honor, was established by the Association’s Board of Governors in a unanimous vote during its meeting on Oct. 14. Wilde also received a Presidential Award from ANA […]

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