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Gold Broker

Phone: (212) ***-****  HQ Phone
Aegis Capital Corp.
810 7Th Avenue 11Th Floor
New York, New York 10019
United States

Company Description: Aegis Capital Group LLC ("Aegis") is a specialty investment firm managing private equity and venture capital funds focused on U.S. small businesses. The Principals...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • bachelor's degree
    University of Sussex
  • Stanford University
  • MBA
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Gold Rush 21 Speaker Biographies
www.goldrush21.com, 17 June 2013 [cached]
John Brimelow Aegis Capital
John Brimelow is a gold broker for Aegis Capital in New York. He was born and educated in England, obtaining a bachelor's degree from the University of Sussex in 1970. He came to the United States to attend Stanford University, attaining an MBA in 1972. Until 1980 he worked for the international division of North Carolina National Bank, now part of Bank of America. He has worked on Wall Street since 1980 and writes a daily commentary on the gold market.
GATA: European Central Bank Gold Sales Repeatedly Cap Price around $440
biz.yahoo.com, 7 July 2005 [cached]
GATA's finding was based on the research of its consultant, gold market expert John Brimelow of Aegis Capital in New York.
"The ECB reported on Wednesday a sale of 360 million euros in gold last week, 996,592 ounces at the bank's new book value for gold, or 31 tonnes," Brimelow said today."This is a huge amount, matched only by the sale of 47 tonnes announced at the end of March (but reported only in May) and a 31.9-tonnes sale last December last year."
Each of these sales corresponded with gold's penetration of the $440 price level, as can been seen at the one-year gold price chart here: http://www.kitco.com/.
"An indisputable pattern has now developed for the ECB to step forward as a massive seller when gold approaches the $440s," Brimelow said."Curiously, the euro price of gold does not seem to be as sensitive an issue with the ECB."
The massive selling of gold in recent months by European central banks, Brimelow added, suggests that they will be obliged to suspend sales in September if they are to keep within the volume limits they set for themselves in the renewal of the Washington Agreement on Gold.
The latest ECB gold sales were shown on the bank's consolidated financial report for July 1, posted this week on the Internet here: http://www.ecb.de/press/pr/wfs/2005/html/fs050706.en.html.
Brimelow's research echoed comments made Tuesday by John Embry, chief investment strategist for Sprott Asset Management of Toronto, during an interview with Report on Business Television in Canada. Embry, who will speak at GATA's Gold Rush 21 conference in Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada, from August 7 to 9, likened the current intervention of central banks against the gold price to their coordinated selling of gold in the 1960s via what was called the London Gold Pool.
Agoracom - The Portal for Public Companies
www.agoracom.com, 7 July 2005 [cached]
GATA's finding was based on the research of its consultant, gold market expert John Brimelow of Aegis Capital in New York.
"The ECB reported on Wednesday a sale of 360 million euros in gold last week, 996,592 ounces at the bank's new book value for gold, or 31 tonnes," Brimelow said today.
"This is a huge amount, matched only by the sale of 47 tonnes announced at the end of March (but reported only in May) and a 31.9-tonnes sale last December last year."
Each of these sales corresponded with gold's penetration of the $440 price level, as can been seen at the one-year gold price chart here: http://www.kitco.com /.
"An indisputable pattern has now developed for the ECB to step forward as a massive seller when gold approaches the $440s," Brimelow said."Curiously, the euro price of gold does not seem to be as sensitive an issue with the ECB."
The massive selling of gold in recent months by European central banks, Brimelow added, suggests that they will be obliged to suspend sales in September if they are to keep within the volume limits they set for themselves in the renewal of the Washington Agreement on Gold.
The latest ECB gold sales were shown on the bank's consolidated financial report for July 1, posted this week on the Internet here:
http://www.ecb.de/press/pr/wfs/2005/html/fs050706.en.html .
Brimelow's research echoed comments made Tuesday by John Embry, chief investment strategist for Sprott Asset Management of Toronto, (see AGORA posting July 6 ‘Headline stories' on www.agoracom.com) during an interview with Report on Business Television in Canada. Embry, who will speak at GATA's Gold Rush 21 conference in Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada, from August 7 to 9, likened the current intervention of central banks against the gold price to their coordinated selling of gold in the 1960s via what was called the London Gold Pool.
Gold Rush 21 - The GATA Gold Conference on DVD
www.goldrush21.com, 19 Aug 2006 [cached]
The speakers included GATA Chairman Bill Murphy; GATA Secretary/Treasurer Chris Powell; GATA board member Adrian Douglas; Sprott Asset Management CEO Eric Sprott and Chief Investment Strategist John Embry; gold mining entrepreneur Jim Sinclair; GoldMoney founder James Turk; silver market manipulation whistleblower Andrew Maguire; Cheviot Asset Management Investment Director Ned Naylor-Leyland; Hinde Capital CEO Ben Davies; geopolitical analyst James G. Rickards; Mexician Civic Association for Silver President Hugo Salinas Price; gold market manipulation litigator Reginald H. Howe; Samex Mining CEO Jeff Dahl; Kirkland Lake Gold CEO Brian Hinchcliffe; and market analysts Alasdair Macleod, Peter George, John Brimelow, and James McShirley.
GATA's findings are based on the ...
goldprice.org, 1 July 2005 [cached]
GATA's findings are based on the research of its consultant, gold market expert John Brimelow of Aegis Capital in New York.
"The ECB reported on Wednesday a sale of 360 million euros in gold last week, 996,592 ounces at the bank's new book value for gold, or 31 tonnes," John Brimelow said.
"This is a huge amount, matched only by the sale of 47 tonnes announced at the end of March (but reported only in May) and a 31.9-tonnes sale last December last year. said Brimelow.
Each of these sales corresponded with the gold price going higher than $440, as can been seen in the 1 year Gold Price History Chart.
"An indisputable pattern has now developed for the ECB to step forward as a massive seller when gold approaches the $440s," Brimelow said.
Brimelow says the ECB will be obliged to suspend gold sales in September 2005 if they are to keep within the volume limits they set for themselves in the renewal of the Washington Agreement on Gold.
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