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Paul Van Eeden

Postby onepence » Mon Apr 17, 2006 6:58 am

Paul Van Eeden

World's leading experts to address monetary aspects of gold and diamond trade at 4th City of Gold Conference in Dubai

Paul Van Eeden, who in the 1990s predicted the rise in the gold price by showing the correlation between money supply and the price of gold, and Martin Rapaport the publisher of the renowned Rapaport Diamond Report, a weekly publication providing diamond price and market information, will be among the world's top experts who will address the monetary aspects of the international gold and diamond jewellery trade at the 4th Dubai - City of Gold Conference this month.

Other key speakers at the 24th-25th April conference at the Park Hyatt Hotel, who will approach the lucrative gold and diamond trade from a monetary perspective include Blackie Marole, Managing Director of Debswana Diamond Company, Chaim Even-Zohar of international consultancy, Tacy Ltd., Martin Botha, Regional Head for Europe, FSU, Middle East and Central Asia of Standard Bank Plc, and Colin Griffith, Executive Director, Gold at the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre.

Investor, analyst, writer, Paul Van Eeden is best known for his work on the monetary aspects of gold. In addition to predicting the rise in the gold price by showing the correlation between money supply and the price of gold, he also showed how exchange rates had impacted the gold price during the 1990s and predicted a decline in the US dollar with a consequent rise in the gold price. Paul Van Eeden, who is also an active investor in mineral exploration and writes a newsletter about investing in mineral exploration companies, will speak on 'Understanding the Gold Market from a Monetary Perspective' during the Dubai-City of Gold Conference.

As Chairman of Rapaport Group, Martin Rapaport has gained extensive knowledge of rough and polished diamond trading as well as ...

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