With economies around the world on a roller-coaster ride, gold is standing firm as the safe alternative to cash, property, bonds and many other forms of investment. Gold is reasserting itself as a stable currency after a prolonged period when it was sidelined by governments and central banks as they tried to replace it as the lynchpin of the global monetary system with paper currencies.

However, very rarely before has an asset class continued to rise for a long period without so few investors participating. Finding out why in the current economic climate is critical which is why The Gold Symposium on November 14 and 15 at Sydney’s Luna Park is an important destination for all investors.

Education is the main purpose of the event, which is the only meeting of its kind in Australia where investors can hear explanations of what’s driving the precious metals bull from internationally-renowned experts such as Eric Sprott, of Sprott Asset Management, as well as the stories behind ASX-listed gold explorers and miners from their CEOs.

Despite the ongoing gold bull market, most managed funds in Australia have almost zero exposure to gold bullion or gold equities although Australia is the world's second largest gold producer behind China - they don't recognize precious metals as an asset class.

The Gold Symposium will enable investors to learn what's happening with the price of gold and silver and why. It will provide a forum to network with and learn from other investors, planners, brokers, experts and company MDs.

www.symposium.net.au

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