Mr. Martin Siegel was born in 1964 in Nagold. When he was 10 years old he invested in silver for the first time. Many readers remember him as Chief Editor of the magazine "The Gold Market" (founded in 1987), which he published until the end of 2008. From 1992 to 1997 he wrote numerous books on the development of the gold market and the investment opportunities in the commodity market. Today he is the fund manager of the gold fund Stabilitas Pacific Gold + Metals (WKN: A0M L6U), which shifted his focus to Australian mining shares. In 2014, Stabilitas acquired PEH-Q-Goldmines.
Martin Siegel - Heading into financial crisis III
Martin Siegel has a track record of great success with his Stabilitas Funds, his focus is on Canada and Australia. Not all crises cause the price of gold to rise. Central bank purchases and sales have an influence. The media regularly get it wrong, when trend reversals are looming, just like the big banks. Today's crisis now is so big, the debts so overwhelming, that there may be asset disposal/expropriation and inflation will rise. Gold is interesting because the alternatives are scarce, even so fluctuations might increase.