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The world currently faces uncertainties greater than perhaps any time since World War Two, from economics to politics to the global pandemic. Financial markets are it great disarray. Gold meanwhile has stealthfully made its way to record prices. CPM’s Jeffrey Christian will give a quick overview of the degrees of uncertainties, how they may shake out, and what may lie ahead for gold. He will explore changes in the monetary regime and financial markets as they affect gold.
03:26 Reasons to buy gold
04:01 The six major attributes ascribed to gold
07:19 Gold does not trade against the dollar
12:57 Research and consulting
17:50 Gold vs government
22:20 Then and now
23:00 The need for gold
24:40 Cryptocurrency vs gold
27:40 Buying gold
Philip has over 35 years of experience in stockbroking and commodities with a number of well-known stockbroking firms. He spent eight years as Head of Corporate Broking at WH Ireland Limited in London, where he was responsible for originating and managing equity transactions, including IPOs and secondary placings for corporate clients on AIM and other international exchanges including the Australian and Canadian stock exchanges largely in the natural resources sector. Mr Haydn-Slater has also worked in London and Sydney for various financial institutions including ABN Amro, Bankers Trust, James Capel & Co, and Bain Securities (Deutsche Bank) Sydney. More recently, given his wealth of experience, he has acted as an independent director on the boards of a number of public and private companies.View the profile
Jeffrey M. Christian is Managing Partner at CPM Group, a precious metals and commodities research and consulting company he founded in 1986 in a buyout of the Goldman Sachs Commodities Research Group he managed at that time. He has a commanding understanding of the mechanics of precious metals and commodities trading and investing, as well as derivatives markets, commodities in general, and broad economic and financial trends. CPM advises major producers, users, governments, central banks, and institutional investors on how best to manage their financial exposure to precious metals and commodities. He advises on overall market trends, as well as on hedging, materials management, and investing strategies. In 2006 he published Commodities Rising, a book on commodities markets. In 1980 he published a book on electric vehicles. More can be learned about Mr. Christian and CPM Group at www.cpmgroup.com.View the profile
Wright's, okay. Hi. Good afternoon everyone and thanks very much for joining us a game. So we are all the time something that one ex panel discussion that we should reschedule to all roads that lead to go. So we'll have a short presentation by Jeffrey Christian and then he will converse with film Haydn's lies later about the issues which are affected the you are welcome OTC market specifically the precious metal specifically Gold without father. I do I will turn off my microphone and camera on the floor to relieve Jeffrey.
Thank you very much. Woke Jeffrey is managing partner of CPM group and probably needs no introduction in this particular space is being founded the business in 86 and has been advising corporates governments and international bodies since the seventies. Sorry to Jeffrey and the presentation you going to give us his will roads lead to gold at. So why didn't you show us what they eat? Okay. Thank you Philip. I do want to thank Philip for the title. I had something much more mundane, but I think that this is an appropriate Thing by
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