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    Gold Gold Presentation Transcript

    • Basics on Gold
    • Why Gold?
      • Gold is more than just another commodity, it a currency which evolved in the marketplace over the last 5000 years.
      • Gold is a finite resource. In all there are some158,000 tons (4.8 billion ounces) in the world. That equates to just 0.7 ounces per person.
      • Supply and demand mismatch.
      • Gold mining output has steadily decreased over the past decade. Last year alone, output decreased by 88tons. Overall, mining output of gold each year has declined by about 8 percent per year and it will likely lower as some of the world’s biggest mines in South Africa mature
      • There have been no discoveries of gold deposits recently and it can take up to ten years to bring a new mine to full production
    • Cont…
      • Gold spot prices have averaged a 17 percent annual gain since 2004.
      • Gold spot prices tend to move in an inverse relationship with the value of the U.S. dollar.
        • The U.S government’s debt levels are unsustainable. So dollar will depreciate once foreign investors decide to cash in their holdings in favor of other currencies or investment.
        • The U.S government is increasing the money supply at a record rate – a move that history tells us will cause inflation , further devaluing the dollar.
      • Gold provides investors with a sense of security. It act as an insurance policy against the worst of all possible outcomes: war, famine and hyperinflation.
    • Cont…
      • It is an inflation proof instrument
      • If you believe in “buy low, sell high”. Gold is still low, but climbing
    • Top ten gold producers
              • 1. South Africa
              • 2. United States
              • 3. Australia
              • 4. Canada
              • 5. China
              • 6. Indonesia
              • 7. Russia
              • 8. PERU
              • 9. Uzbekistan
              • 10. Ghana
    • Gold Demand
    • Factors Affecting Gold
      • Gold price increases when
          • Uncertain times
          • War and global tension
          • High Oil prices
          • Rising inflation
          • Terrorist Activity
          • Economic turmoil
          • Weak dollar
          • Central bank demand
    • Participants
      • Speculators
      • Arbitragers
      • Producers
      • Investors
      • Hedgers
    • Why use gold future
      • Liquidity – easy to enter and exit
      • Hedging – stock market risk, economic uncertainty, terrorism threat, currency fluctuation.,
      • Need much less money to participate
      • Can eliminate cost of storage
    • To Trade online in Gold …..
      • Just add Gold Contracts under MCX segment in the existing Market Watch of your Trading Account with us.
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