The GATA Conference Interviews August 2011
August 4-7, 2011 at the GATA conference in London, there was probably the most prominent and knowledgeable group of gold experts that has ever gathered, such as Egon von Greyerz, Jim Sinclair, James Turk, Eric Sprott, John Embry, Jim Rickards, Adrian Douglas and many more.
Bill Murphy and Chris Powell of GATA did an absolutely outstanding job in getting this extreme talent together. The speeches were recorded on video which will hopefully be released soon via the GATA site (Gata.org).
In addition James Turk, the Founder of GoldMoney and the GoldMoney Foundation interviewed most of the speakers and some of the attendees including Matterhorn’s Egon von Greyerz.
Viewing these interviews below by James Turk is a “golden opportunity” for anyone who wants to understand the role of gold as money as well as the state of the world economy.
James Turk, the Founder of GoldMoney, interviews Egon during the GATA conference in London one day after S&P downgrades its rating for the USA to AA+.
GOLD closed at 1662 on Friday August 5, 2011.
|Jim Sinclair is interviewed by James Turk, director of the GoldMoney Foundation. Sinclair is a ‘must follow’ businessman with Gold related interests. Also check out his daily news website jsmineset.com.||Eric Sprott, Founder and Chairman of Sprott Asset Management is interviewed by James Turk, director of the GoldMoney Foundation. Eric Sprott explains the reasons why Silver is the best possible investment during the next decade.|
|James Turk interviews John Embry, chief investment strategist at Sprott Asset Management, at the GATA conference in London. Embry gives a his logical reasons for a further advance of Precious Metals.||James Turk interviews Jim Rickards, Senior Managing Director of Tangent Capital. Rickards has 35 years experience in investment banking and exposure management in capital markets.|
|Jim Rickards, who is a regular guest(host) in financial media was also recently interviewed by Eric King of King World News. In this interview Rickards shares with the audio listeners some very interesting insight, in layman terms, into the mechanics of the trading industry. Please click here to listen.|