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Welcome to the 2018 Show!

Another eventful year has gone by and amid highly polarized societies and heated debates we were witnessing big swings in diverse segments of the markets. Investors in U.S. stocks are euphoric, marijuana stocks recorded almost incredible price gains while crypto currencies suffered through the exact opposite as their prices fell to a fraction of the 2017 highs. Only the precious metals seem unwilling to move in either direction and are languishing near the lows.

From time to time, of course, we are seeing special opportunities in the precious metals markets as well and the investors' eyes begin to glow. As a whole, however, the metals market is far from promising and many are asking how much longer they will have to wait. We do not know the answer, but one thing is for sure: All points that argued for precious metals last year still do so today - and maybe even more so.

The impact currency destruction may have on whole economies can today be seen in Venezuela and, in the beginning stages, also in Argentina, Turkey and Brazil. In these countries, precious metals offer effective wealth protection. Is the West really safe from troubles of this kind? An emerging market crisis might well spread to our economies and some elites only seem to be waiting for a trigger.

Rallying calls and window dressing is, however, not what you are going to hear from our acclaimed speakers. What they will give you are facts, food for thought and fresh ideas.

Virtually live from Wall Street we welcome Markus Koch, well-known to the German public for his show on N-TV. From the Czech Republic we welcome first time guest Petr Spina, owner of Goldseek and credited speaker. Friedrich Lange of the Oxford Club will also join us for the first time, while Egon von Greyerz, the Swiss Mr. Doom, returns after several years of absence.

Apart from that we are looking forward to meeting some old friends and familiar faces, among others Uwe Bergold, Martin Siegel, Johann A. Saiger, Dimitri Speck, Thorsten Schulte und 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! (Please take note that the event has been moved to Friday and Saturday!)


Frank Hoffmann & Jan Kneist

Organizers of the International Precious Metals & Commodities Show