About: Tyler Gallagher
- Tyler is the CEO and Founder of Regal Assets, an international alternative assets firm with offices in the United States, Canada, London and Dubai focused on helping private and institutional wealth procure alternative assets for their investment portfolios. Regal Assets is an Inc. 500 company and has been featured in many publications such as Forbes, Bloomberg, Market Watch and Reuters. With offices in multiple countries, Regal Assets is uniquely positioned as an international leader in the alternative assets industry and was awarded the first ever crypto-commodities license by the DMCC in late 2017. Regal Assets is currently the only firm in the world that holds a license to legally buy and sell cryptos within the Middle East and works closely with the DMCC to help evolve and grow the understanding and application of blockchain technology. In addition to his role with Regal Assets, Tyler has been featured in many news publications and has been an expert on "The News with Ed Shultz", which can be seen on the television network RT. Tyler is a regular contributor to Forbes, Arianna Huffington's Thrive Global and Authority Magazine.
Posts by Tyler Gallagher:
In the last week, you have seen the world unite against Saudi Arabia like seldom before because of their killing of a journalist. Jamal Khashoggi made the wrong enemies with the inner circle of the crown prince of the kingdom. Khashoggi’s death is a tragedy that has rapidly escalated into a galvanizing force. It has turned the G7 nations of the world (and even long-time staunch Saudi ally the United States) firmly against the kingdom. Morality of the issue aside, the repercussions of this international geopolitical incident could have profound economic consequences not only in the Middle East but also… Read More
Last week Jamie Dimon, the larger than life CEO of U.S. banking giant J.P. Morgan Chase, raised serious threats to the global economy that you should be paying attention to now. The legendary investment banking mogul stated that geopolitical hot spot tensions and climbing interest rates have the potential to upset the U.S. economic growth. Dimon attracted the attention of global media with his declaration: "The economy is still very strong, and that's across wages, job creation, capital expenditure, consumer credit; it's pretty broad-based and it's not going to be diminished immediately. I was pointing out the probabilities that I… Read More
The news coming out of Argentina these days certainly gives you pause for thought. The current inflation rate is 42 percent. Compared to Venezuela's hyperinflation, that is nothing. Economists have opined that it is simpler to learn from a national economy in dire trouble than your own economy that at least on the surface (according to all of the major media news outlets) appears to be going stronger and better than ever. The truth about the American economy though is more complex and a little sad. The United States reached its final economic peak back in the decade of the… Read More
These past weeks a new report came out regarding the public finances of the various American states. Apparently it is no longer only the U.S. Federal government that is bankrupt (in debt more than 100 percent of GDP right now and getting worse by the day). Now the overwhelming majority of the states are also drowning in hopeless red ink. What the Truth in Accounting annual State of the States report shared for 2018 is not encouraging for the future of financial markets in the United States. It explains why you need to contemplate what goes in a Regal IRA. Nowadays Gold… Read More
If you have seen the news lately, you can not help but notice that China increasingly appears to be in trouble economically. There are more reasons for this than simply the tightening screws of the U.S.-China trade war. Many of China's problems come from it's continued reliance on investments in infrastructure. Such investments represented a full 44 percent of the country's GDP back in December of 2017. Compare this to from 20 to 25 percent in nations including the U.S., Germany, and Japan, per economic figures assembled by CEIC. This has become a serious problem for the Middle Kingdom as… Read More