Gold Made Simple ® News features a team of experienced and talented editors, researchers, journalists and contributors with a variety of backgrounds. Together they ensure that you get the latest news and commentary on the precious metals industry especially concerning Gold and Silver in the context of the wider economy. Below are the details of the core editorial team:

Declan CosgroveDeclan Cosgrove

Declan has over 20 years experience in the financial sector and has introduced a number of innovations in the gold bullion market, to reduce risk and improve transparency and service for investors. Declan is passionate about raising awareness of the different levels of risk associated the various types of gold products and has developed industry leading practices to remove counterparty risk, such as ‘segregated’ gold (where each clients has their own individual sealed box within an independent vault) and specialist pension products. As well as being a member of the Cobden Centre Advisory Board, he also is guest speaker at events such as the FT / Investor Chronicle Gold Forum and the Association of Member-directed Pension Schemes annual conference.


Kate Gerbich: Gold news research editorKate Gerbich

Kate is a Research Editor at Gold Made Simple ® News and contributes news, articles and features on the website. Kate gained valuable research training and experience with the BBC. She previously worked for the BBC Features Department as a Production Assistant and Researcher on a variety of primetime television programmes.






Joey is a Content Creator at Gold Made Simple ® News and a PPE graduate from the University of York. He has previously worked for WAGTV and interned at the Institute of Economic Affairs, in addition to editing the student magazine The Backbencher. Joey is a fan of liberal, free-market societies.





Guest Editors:

In addition to the editorial added by the Gold Made Simple ® News editors, in order to bring you the most comprehensive coverage of gold and silver news, Gold Made Simple ® News also includes examined and evaluated posts from an extensive network of approved guest editors. If you would like to be considered for guest editor posts then please contact editorial@goldmadesimplenews.com


Charlie MorrisCharlie Morris

Charlie Morris is the editor of the Fleet Street Letter and is also the CEO and founder of CCData.CC, an analytics platform for blockchains and Author of Atlas Pulse, the authoritative comment on gold, miners, silver and bitcoin. Prior to April 2015, he spent 17 years at HSBC Global Asset Management as the Head of Absolute Return managing a multi-asset fund range overseeing $3bn.


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Mark Mahaffey

Mark is the Co-Founder and CFO of Hinde Capital. He has 27 years experience in the international markets having held senior posts at several leading investment banks. He trained as a fixed-income specialist at Daiwa Securities before joining Midland Montagu as director of the US government trading desk. In 1990 he jointly set up the Greenwich Capital office in London where he managed a portfolio focusing on global macro themes, before joining IBJI in 2001.

His most recent appointment from 2005 was managing director of Bank of America’s proprietary trading desk in London.


Past Editors:


Jason CozensJason Cozens

Jason Cozens was the Editor in Chief of Gold Made
Simple ® News. Jason’s aim was to make it easy for everyone to understand precious metals and gold in particular, their role in the economy and as the safest store of wealth.





Tom PatersonThomas Paterson

Tom was the Chief Economist at Gold Made Simple ® News. He was head of editorial and research. Tom previously worked as a Broker on a Futures and Options desk at a main brokerage in Canary Wharf and was responsible for the production of “The Economissed” , a research paper tracking Macro themes and trade ideas. Tom is a keen student of the Austrian School of Economics – or as he refers to it ‘real’ economics – and feels very passionate about the lessons that can be gained by all that understand its guiding principals.





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