Investment Seminar on 22 November 2016
Venue: Lifelong Learning Institute, Lecture Theatre Level 2, 11 Eunos Road 8, Singapore 408601
Date: 22th November 2016 (Tuesday)
Time: 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm
Gold and investment shares has always been negatively correlated. In other words, if the value of investment shares increases, the value of gold will decrease. With the start of the US Presidential debate season, it is probable there will be uncertainties in the weeks ahead. In any event, with the US economy in a mixed position with negative real rates, gold is looking at a positive outlook. Central banks remain buyers of physical gold, and aggregate gold ETF holdings are still increasing.
Gold has been a volatile investment over the past few years. What is the prospect of gold going forward? To understand whether it remains a viable investment over the next few years, we need to look into the macro drivers of demand and supply. This seminar will dwell into such factors to conclude on whether the yellow metal has a strong investment case.
Having worked in the finance market for over 20 years, Sani is well-regarded and has spoken at numerous international seminar.
Shay Pang Kok Hian
An expert in global finance, Shay is UOBAM’s strategist for its Latin America and Europe/Middle East/ Africa regions.