Why attend our Gold Investment Summit?
As the sovereign debt crisis spreads and Western governments continue to devalue their currencies through quantitative easing, gold-linked investments are generating strong absolute returns.
But how do macroeconomic conditions influence the price of gold? And which investment vehicles offer the best way to gain exposure to this market?
The Gold Investment Summit is your chance to understand how gold works as a portfolio diversifier and hedge for risk, both in today’s economic climate and over the long-term.
- Understand how gold can protect your portfolio from currency instability, inflation and systemic risk
- Know how price discovery in the gold and silver markets affects investors
- Achieve the optimal position size according to the risk/reward profile of the gold market at any given time
- Mitigate counterparty risk and market risk with bespoke investment products
- Know how to confidently value gold, and how value is created in mining companies
Plus- Post-Summit Workshops
Workshop A: Creating Valuation Benchmarks in the Mining Industry
13th March 2013, London
Workshop B: Value Creating in Mining Companies
13th March 2013, London
Please quote VIP Code FKW52499GFML for 10% discount when registering.
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