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Welcome to the 2019 Show!

Another year has gone by and the annual precious metals show is opening its doors again. The bull market in precious metals is keeping us waiting, so we will be welcoming you at the MVG Museum again.
 
The upwards turnaround could have begun in the past few months, since gold escaped from its multi-year trading range and overcame the persistent resistance at 1,350 $ per ounce. Even silver awoke from its deep slumber.
 
Those who look upon the world with open eyes will see breaks and rifts at every corner and will realize that we have reached a turning point. The house of cards is still standing, but the time for preparations is drawing to a close. The social structure has thinned and is (still) propped up by the euro - which is being printed without mercy and is, as all the other fiat currencies, on its last legs.
 
We have experienced the bubbles of the crypto currencies and the marijuana stocks, only the precious metals bubble is still missing - since precious metals are federal paper money's nemesis. But the laws of supply and demand cannot be disabled by paper forever. Selected federal central banks, from Russia to China, are buying large amounts of gold and are preparing themselves for a currency crisis.
 
We don't know when it will happen, only that it must and will happen, that is for sure. Perhaps you may find the answers to these unanswered questions or valuable incentives for the future.
 
An exciting framework program with national and international speakers is waiting for you. After almost 10 years of absence, mining expert Rob McEwen will be present in Munich. Peter Haisenko and Gunnar Kaiser will be holding presentations for the first time. Dr. Marcus Krall, who was pretty much unknown during his first appearance in 2017, will be speaking as well. Other speakers include, among others, Peter Denk, Dr. Eike Hamer, Markus Blaschzok, Prof. Max Otte, Markus Koch, Egon von Greyerz.

Honored shall be those who remained with us throughout the years and who will be holding their 15. presentations at the beginning of November. These are: Uwe Bergold, Johann A. Saiger, Dimitri Speck and Eugen Weinberg.

An exciting framework program is waiting for you, including many presentations of promising mining companies from all over the world and the presentation of the DEG award (Deutsche Edelmetall-Gesellschaft). All exhibitors, speakers and the event team are looking forward to welcoming you in Munich!
 

Frank Hoffmann & Jan Kneist

Organizers of the International Precious Metals & Commodities Show