Hello. I’m Devlyn Steele, Augusta Precious Metals’ director of education.
I and my team are here to help you learn about the economy and precious metals.
I’d like to tell you a little about myself, my role at Augusta, and what you can expect from me and the Augusta Education Department. If you read about my background here, when we talk in one of our informative webcasts, or if you request a guide, you’ll know where these ideas are coming from.
Let me start at the beginning of my career. I began in 1983 as a financial analyst for Butler Aviation and went on to work for UPS and People’s Express Airlines. As my career has progressed, I’ve been in analytics in a variety of industries, from finance, manufacturing and technology to venture capital and more. I have sat on the boards of several Silicon Valley and technology companies and still do.
Throughout my experiences, the common thread has always been economics and data. Currently, I am a member of the Harvard School of Business analytics program, where they take the world of big data beyond the 21st century. People who know me say I don’t sleep and I’m always trying to absorb whatever data I can. Plain and simple, I love data.
I Am Passionate About Precious Metals
You should also know I am an avid investor in various markets: real estate, stocks, gold and silver – even cryptocurrencies – and much more. I’m a gold bull, and I like to think I have some understanding of precious metals.
When I met Augusta Precious Metals’ CEO and he mentioned his mission to educate and empower Americans by providing them educational and resources designed to help them decide whether to add gold and silver to their savings, I knew I wanted to be a part of his mission.
Helping People Understand How Physical Gold and Silver Work
As Augusta’s director of education, my role is to take my experience and make economics simple – to share with you what I see happening in the economy and the potential drivers of gold and silver prices. It’s my job to offer you education from my perspective and train and manage the team here at Augusta. My focus as an educator is primarily Federal Reserve policies that have the potential to affect the dollar and precious metals.
What I don’t do is analyze stocks, bonds or other markets. Furthermore, I’m not an investment advisor. I do not, and will not, provide any of Augusta's customers with personalized investment advice tailored to their own situation. You should always do your own research.
What you can expect from me is that I will deliver current, straightforward data – with passion for accuracy and relevance. Often, what I share is information you can't easily find.
I look forward to meeting you soon.
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