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Lear Capital Extends Partnership With TV Personality Judge Andrew P. Napolitano To Inform Investors About Wealth Building

Lear Capital Extends Partnership With TV Personality Judge Andrew P. Napolitano To Inform Investors About Wealth Building
Lear Capital

Lear Capital founder and Chairman Kevin DeMeritt shared that the Los Angeles-based precious metals firm has extended its partnership with bestselling author and well-known legal and political commentator Judge Andrew P. Napolitano. Napolitano has been serving as the company’s official spokesperson since March 2023.

Napolitano previously provided legal analysis as a senior judicial analyst for Fox News from 1997 to 2021, appearing on Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network more than 14,500 times over 24 years, a cable TV record. He also hosted Freedom Watch With Judge Napolitano, a television show that touched on political perspectives.

In a statement, the judge spoke about his enthusiasm to continue working with Lear Capital in helping to share information about potentially beneficial precious metal-based investment opportunities.

“My advocacy for gold and silver as foundational elements of economic security aligns seamlessly with Lear Capital’s mission. I am delighted to further our collaboration, championing the essential work of safeguarding personal wealth against the fiscal uncertainties perpetuated by our government’s policies,” said Napolitano.

Napolitano will continue to endorse Lear Capital through his “Judging Freedom” podcast, YouTube channel, and television and radio advertisements as part of this collaboration. Lear Capital’s founder and chairman, Kevin DeMeritt, shared his enthusiasm about continuing the partnership, highlighting Napolitano’s influence and expertise as invaluable to their mission. “Having Judge Napolitano, with his profound expertise and respected voice, continue to stand with us is a great honor,” DeMeritt said.

Napolitano Is a Highly Qualified Addition to Lear’s Team, According to Kevin DeMeritt

Judge Napolitano’s distinguished career includes eight years serving as a state Superior Court judge in New Jersey, starting in 1987 at age 36, making him the youngest trial judge in the state’s history, according to The New York Times. By the time he left the position, he had overseen more than 150 jury trials. As a Superior Court judge, he sat in criminal, civil, equity, and family courts, handling thousands of sentencings, hearings, motions, and other cases. 

In 1995, Napolitano returned to private practice, accepting a position at a Newark, New Jersey-based law firm.

For 16 years, Napolitano taught full-time at three law schools — Delaware Law School, Seton Hall School of Law, and Brooklyn Law School — providing instruction in both constitutional law and jurisprudence. Currently, he provides regular commentary about news and liberty on his “Judging Freedom” podcast, which averages approximately 1.5 million views per week across various platforms. 

A graduate of Princeton University and the University of Notre Dame’s law school, Napolitano has written 10 books on the U.S. Constitution, including Constitutional Chaos: What Happens When the Government Breaks Its Laws and Dred Scott’s Revenge: A Legal History of Race and Freedom in America.

Two of his books, The Constitution in Exile: How the Federal Government Has Seized Power by Rewriting the Supreme Law of the Land and Lies the Government Told You: Myth, Power, and Deception in American History, were New York Times bestsellers.

An Ideal Investing-Focused Collaboration

Judge Napolitano has enthusiastically endorsed Lear Capital as a gold IRA and precious metals provider. Investors can purchase physical gold, silver, and platinum assets from the company, or take advantage of a gold- or silver-backed IRA that Lear Capital will assist them in establishing.

“With over 25 years in business and thousands of five-star reviews, I trust Lear Capital for my gold purchases and you can too,” Napolitano said.

Since its founding in 1997, Lear Capital has successfully processed more than $1 billion in IRA-related transactions. The gold and silver self-directed individual retirement account options that Lear offers involve ownership of a physical precious metal asset, such as a bar or coin that possesses a specific quality.

“The government has made these rules that it has to have a fineness to it,” Kevin DeMeritt says. “If it has that quality, then you can add it to an IRA; if it does not, then you cannot — with the one exception being an American Eagle [coin], which does not have that fineness, but the government made an exception [for].”

Gold bars and rounds must meet a minimum fineness requirement of 0.995 to qualify for IRA inclusion. For silver, the minimum requirement is 0.999.

Unlike traditional IRAs, which generally contain mutual funds, bonds, and stocks that are often highly susceptible to market fluctuations, physical precious metal asset-related investment returns tend to be less reactive, Kevin DeMeritt says — a potentially positive aspect when considering return on investment. National Mining Association data has shown silver and gold prices have, for the most part, grown steadily over the past 20 years.

“The judge was such a voice of reason on Fox, with over 14,500 appearances over his tenure,” adds DeMeritt about the partnership. “I think those viewers miss him. I am proud to put him back in front of them.”

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