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Friday, November 8, 2019



10:00 Uhr
Admittance and beginning of the event
10:20 Uhr
Prof. Dr. Max Otte, Asset manager
"Worldwide System Crash"
- Crises, Turmoils and the Birth of a new World Order - (50 min)
Jürgen Birner, Branch director pro aurum GmbH, Munich
"Wealth Hedging with GOLD and SILVER"
- Reduce your Monetary Assets and Increase your Tangibles - (50 min)
11:15 Uhr
Sibanye-Stillwater* - Company presentation
A leading precious metals producer with diversified portfolio (15 min)
Excellon Resources Inc.* - Company presentation
A high grade silver producer in the Mexican state of Durango (15 min)
11:35 Uhr
Dr. Markus Krall, Economist, Author & Risk Manager
"Can Europe survive the coming crisis?" (50 min)
Marc Friedrich, & Matthias Weik, Best-selling authors
"The Biggest Crash of All Times - Economy, Politics, Society"
- How you can still save your money now - (50 min)
12:30 Uhr
Nighthawk Gold Corp.* - Company presentation
A Canadian explorer with growing gold resources in the Northwest Territories (15 min)
Uranium Energy Corp.* - Company presentation
A US based uranium exploration and mining company (15 min)
12:50 Uhr
Volker Schnabel, Mack & Weise Vermögensverwaltung
"Interest rate manipulation, debt boom and gold" (50 min)
Friedrich Lange, Editor-in-chief of the OXFORD CLUB-Communiqués
"Why should you even buy Gold - or even silver?" (50 min)
13:45 Uhr
Tudor Gold Corp.* - Company presentation
Precious and Base Metals Exploration Company in the 'Golden Triangle' of British Columbia (15 min)
Altech Chemicals Ltd.* - Company presentation
A company in the way to become a producer of high purity alumina (15 min)
14:05 Uhr
Eugen Weinberg, Commodity analyst at Commerzbank AG
"Commodity markets under the spell of economic, monetary and geopolitics" (45 min)
Martin Siegel, Fund Manager
"The destructive power of forward sales to goldmines" (45 min)
14:55 Uhr
Generation Mining Ltd.* - Company presentation
A Canadian palladium project developer with significant resources (15 min)
Sabrina Schwiertz, Deutsche Börse Commodities GmbH
"Risk diversification with gold in volatile times"
- The product Xetra-Gold - (30 min)
15:15 Uhr
Gianni Kovacevic, Author and resource expert
"Climate change has dramatic effects on precious metals and base metal markets" (25 min)
15:30 Uhr
Markus Miller (45 min)
15:45 Uhr
Deutsche Edelmetall-Gesellschaft e.V.
"Presentation of this year´s DEG-Award"
- The award winner will be announced at the fair - (10 min)
16:00 Uhr
Ralf Borgsmüller, Ralf Borgsmüller, PSM Vermögensverwaltung Langen v.d.Goltz, Dr. Prinz & Partner
"Is Gold going to reach 3,000 Dollars?"
- Zero and Negative Interest: What should I do with my Money? - (45 min)
16:20 Uhr
Florian Grummes, Analyst & chartist
"Where to put my money?"
- Where to put my money? Technical analysis of Gold, Silver, Bitcoin, Copper, Uranium and mining stocks - (45 min)
16:50 Uhr
XPhyto Therapeutics Corp. - Company presentation
A scientifically oriented cannabis company with a unique research license in Germany (15 min)
17:10 Uhr
Folker Hellmeyer, Chief analyst at SOLVECON INVEST GmbH
"Power Axes, Manipulation of Markets and Truths!" (50 min)
Wilfried Kölz, Publisher of a stock market letter & cycle analyst
"Cyclical and technical Gold & Silver Forecasts and the upcoming Currency Reform" (50 min)
18:00 Uhr
End of the event

 

 

Note:

 

*These talks will be given in English. All presentations will be translated simultaneously by an interpreter. Headphones and receivers are available for a rental fee near the stage door.

 

**The exact schedule will be on display during the event and/or will be downloadable here a few days in advance.

 

This schedule is subject to change. Please pay attention to the schedule posted in the exhibition hall!

 

All talks are freely accessible. Please note, however, that seats and standing room are limited.