The Gold Symposium
Venue: Luna Park
|Event Date/Time: Nov 14, 2011||End Date/Time: Nov 15, 2011|
|Registration Date: Nov 14, 2011|
|Early Registration Date: Oct 07, 2011|
Australia is the worldâ€™s #2 gold producer and the Gold Symposium is a must-attend for anyone who wants to understand whatâ€™s happening in gold and silver, and why. This is also an opportunity to hear from gold mining companies about their projects and prospects for growth.
The 2-day event will be held at Sydneyâ€™s Luna Park on 14 and 15 November 2011, featuring presentations by world-renowned precious metals and monetary experts and gold mining company CEOs. No other event offers this combination in Australia. Itâ€™s what you need to understand the ongoing global monetary crisis, make the right investment decisions in this still largely ignored sector, and get in before the rush.
To register for this not to be missed event click here. The early bird price for the full two days is only $199 and includes access to all keynote presentations and company presentations, morning and afternoon tea, lunch and the network function on Monday 14th November.
Join internationally recognised experts as they discuss the nature of money and the status of the current system; why the system has reached its limits; and what investors can do about it.
Hear from experts on:
- The nature of money and why gold and silver are money
- How long will the gold bull market last and what will the top look like?
- How to preserve your wealth with gold and silver bullion
- Why digital gold will replace todayâ€™s paper-based banking system
- How to leverage increases in precious metals prices through ownership of mining stocks
- The â€˜unseen crashâ€™ of Australian property when priced in ounces of gold and silver
Mainstream sources continue to tell us that the current system is sustainable and the problems of the global financial crisis have been fixed. Rising gold and silver prices in the face of growing currency and stock market volatility, and sovereign debt problems tell a different story. Gold is reasserting itself as the preferred legal tender.
"Fiat money has no place to go but gold." Alan Greenspan, 15 September 2010.