• Over 70 leading investment opportunities at this year’s show
  • Cambridge House International is North America's leading producer of investment conferences
  • The summit takes place in San Francisco, October 28–29

Within the global investment community, precious metals are a consistent topic of discussion and news. Recently, analysts, mining companies, and retail investors alike are split, as some are bearish and some are bullish. The market demands educational, interactive events that showcase where the precious metals are heading.

Cambridge House’s 2018 Silver and Gold Summit comes at a perfect time for investors, miners, and executives to delve into the present and future of all things precious metals. The event promises to be an immersive and comprehensive investment conference, taking place in San Francisco this Sunday, October 28th and Monday, October 29th.

One can expect to walk into a marketplace of 70 innovative junior mining companies exhibiting on the trade show floor. The Summit offers a “Deal Room” to facilitate intimate one-on-one meetings between attendees, speakers, and exhibitors. Three featured stages will be running content throughout the two days — everything from early grassroots explorers to end-user outcomes. Essentially, an overview of the life cycle in the precious metals realm.

Phenom penny stock trader, Timothy Sykes, and Garth Braun, CEO of Blackbird Energy, are amongst the featured guests, and represent the exceptional knowledge-base that individuals will have a chance to learn from over the course of the summit.

The summit presents unmatched investment opportunities, creating the chance for attendees to meet directly with industry experts and C-level executives. Investing in junior mining enterprises can be a high-risk/high-reward venture, so informative events such as this one are vital for investors.

The Precious Metals Ecosystem

When it comes to investing in metals, Jay Martin, President and CEO of Cambridge House International notes that many metals companies are trading at 52-week lows. The mining sector, which has been experiencing volatility, has been tremendously affected by global economics. However, there is light at the end of the tunnel.

It can be difficult to accurately decipher precious metal trends in real time, because they are fundamentally a long-term game. Trying to keep up with daily updates can be beneficial but can also make it more difficult to see the bigger picture.

Indicators, such as long-term value and the global resources market over time, are far more effective markers of economic growth. Silver, for example, is an extremely powerful industrial element, thanks in large part to its innate antiseptic properties. The medical field has relied on silver for many years and gives the precious metal a uniquely safe floor.

Another key factor in assessing the future value of these elements is the ongoing process of global urbanization, which powers the demand for clean energy. In turn, the demand for precious metals like gold and silver, which are required to support this international development, are projected to increase in reciprocal fashion.

Hall of Fame

With the summit set to begin this weekend, Jay mentions that all conference registrants are invited to the Hall of Fame event hosted by himself and Marin Katusa of Katusa Research on the evening of October 27th. Each year, the pair inducts someone into the Hall of Fame — this year Terry Salman, Chairman and Chief Owner of McEwen Mining Inc., will be receiving the honour. Past recipients include Doug Casey, Jim Dines, and Frank Holmes.

The Silver and Gold Summit is one conference that investors should not miss out on. It is a great opportunity to not only network, but to listen to distinguished speakers talk about the state of mining in an uncertain global economy.

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