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Gold Investment Outlook 2014

The great debate on gold as a safe haven asset during times of impending stress has been argued from time immemorial. A safe haven implies stability in prices during times of stress, readily accessible during periods of turmoil, and sufficient liquidity to use as a means of exchange. But when gold fell 38% from its historical record high of nearly $1,923 in September 2011 to about $1,180 currently, a 3-year downtrend — does this mean that gold has lost its shine or is it poised for a comeback in 2014?

With the uber dove Janet Yellen at the Federal Reserve’s helm, the near certainty that the Eurozone debt crisis will erupt early in the New Year of 2014, signs that the ETF outflows are stabilizing, China picking up the slack with regard to physical gold demand and India’s demand fell from near record levels, gold is expected to rally but seems stucked in downtrend market. Will this continue or reverse in the very near future?

To answer these questions, Oriental Pacific Futures is going to organize an event called Gold Investment Outlook 2013/2014 on 14th of December 2013. This exciting event will be covered in four(4) sessions which are Gold in Brief, Untangling the Mind Of Traders, followed by Annual Metaphysic Forecast 2014, and lastly Monetizing Gold & Market Prices. All of the session will in one(1) hour duration.

Monetizing the Financial Opportunity in Gold Investment

Gold in Brief is the first session presented by Elmery Yap, Senior Manager with the Product Development team at Bursa Malaysia Derivatives. In this 1-hour session, participants are going to be exposed to the following topics:

  • Gold as a Popular Investment Choice
  • Price Comparisons: Physical Gold VS. Gold Futures
  • Common Misconceptions of Gold Futures Trading
  • Diversification: Gold Futures as an Alternative to Other Types of Gold Investments.

This is followed by the second session called Untangling The Mind of Traders where Jessie Foo, a trained clinical psychologist and a member of Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology will give talks on two main issues that affecting investors and traders:

  • The Art of Critical Decision Making
  • Taming Your Stress

Next, an annual presenter Helen Ong, the founder of Senses – The Art Of Living, Singapore, will present her regular session on the Annual Metaphysics Forecast for the coming 2014 in the areas of economic and finance. Helen is a regular annual speaker for OCBC Securities, Citibank and Share Investor seminars giving predictions on financial markets using Chinese Metaphysics principles.

In this afternoon session, Helen will cover the following topics:

  • Chinese Metaphysics Outlook 2014: Economic & Finance
  • The Essence of Investment Opportunities: Right Time, Right Price

The final session will see another regular annual presenter, Dar Wong, Principal Consultant at Acute Precision & Studies Research Inc. (APSRI) of Singapore. Dar is a popular financial columnist for Malaysian media such as The Borneo Post, The Star and the Busy Weekly. In this round-up session, Dar is going to talk about Monetizing Gold & Gold Market Outlook 2014 where he will talk about the following areas:

  • Factors & Fundamentals Influencing Gold Prices
  • Monetizing Gold: Hedging, Speculation and Arbitraging
  • Reading Gold: Physical Demand VS. Technical Chart
  • Gold Market Direction in 2014
  • Should You Invest In Gold? Expert Answers & Advice

The presenter of this session is Dar Wong, a Principal Consultant from Acute Precision & Studies Research Inc. Dar Wong is a popular financial columnist for Malaysian media such as The Borneo Post, The Star and Busy Weekly.

Join this exciting seminar and you will walk away with greater knowledge on the different perspectives of general investment and gold investment, factors and fundamentals influencing gold, market direction, tips and opportunities in 2014 and how you can capture and monetize from any gold uptrend and downtrend movements.






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