John joined the firm in 2004 when we had less than 10 employees and has been an integral part of our growth ever since. He opened the Scottsdale branch attracting a great group of seasoned professionals to the firm. To this day, Scottsdale continues to be one of Euro Pacific’s top branches with John at the helm. John is also part of a key group at the firm that maps out the future direction of Euro Pacific, but we are always sure to give him plenty of time to fulfill the role he most enjoys - his day to day conversations with clients.
John began his investment career in 1989 with Lehman Brothers in Los Angeles where he first worked with Peter Schiff. A subsequent move to Sutro and Company in 1993 took him to his current place of residence in Scottsdale, Arizona. Since that time, he has handled individual as well as institutional accounts in all areas of investing. As a Vice President at Piper Jaffray in the late 90's, he managed 401k plans for several large corporations.
Mr. Catalfio is a frequent substitute host for Peter Schiff on The Peter Schiff Radio Show, and has been heard on several other popular radio stations. In addition, John has presented at many investment conferences discussing the issues surrounding the US dollar. He earned his BS in Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles, and holds FINRA Series 7, 24, 63 and 65 registrations. John lives in Scottsdale with his wife Donna, a practicing IP Attorney and his two kids, Jake and Taylor.
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|Title:||Managing Director, Scottsdale|
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