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									Luncheon Seminar

The Derivatives & Risk Management Committee presents:

Gold-Paper-Scissors: The Terminal Stage of Fiat Currencies
Thursday December 10, 2009 - 12:00 – 2:00 PM Sheraton Centre, Osgoode Ballroom, 123 Queen Street West, Toronto
OVERVIEW Gold is headed beyond $2000 in a Continuing Stealth Bull Market We spoke of it in 2004, debated it in 2007 and now our experts are back for the main event. Gold is headed higher - much higher than the average investor has an understanding of due to the bombardment of misinformation. Regardless of your age, experience, objectives and risk tolerance, gold belongs in your investment portfolio as a hedge against a decrease in purchasing power. This luncheon will address the facts, the fundamentals and the technicals concerning the metal and gold related equities through discussions on: Current demand-supply imbalances Dispelling some common myths: Identifying the real bubbles Media misinformation SPEAKERS John Embry, Chief Investment Strategist, Sprott Asset Management LP For over 30 years, Mr. Embry has focused on and researched the gold sector and plays an instrumental role in the corporate and investment policy for Sprott Asset Management. John has also been a long time supporter of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee (GATA) and is considered Canada’s leading precious metal authority. Ian McAvity, Director, Central Fund of Canada Limited Mr. McAvity has been a director of Central Fund of Canada Limited, and played a founding role in the creation of the original stock exchange tradable bullion proxy since 1983. He is also the editor of Deliberations on World Markets since 1972, a technical newsletter covering precious metals and global markets. Ian is an active member of the Canadian Society of Technical Analysts and founding member of American Association of Technical Analysts. WHO SHOULD ATTEND Those seeking a thought provoking understanding of real-world economics relating to gold and fiat currencies combined with advanced knowledge in technical analysis. REGISTRATION (GST not included) Members*: $40 Non-Members: $60 Tables of 8: $380 Eligible for 1 credit hour Tables of 10: $470 Currency Debasement Technical trends for gold, gold equities and currencies Bullion vs. Gold shares: Historical ratios

*CSTA members: $40 (+ GST). Please: Contact
After December 9, 2009 at 1:00 p.m. a $10 (plus GST) late charge will apply per person, based on availability. Members: Please click here to register online. Non-Members: Contact (credit card payment required at time of registration). For Media registration & additional information: Contact Restrictions may apply. Dress Code: Business casual is required, no jeans, runners, shorts or logo golf shirts are allowed. GST Registration Number 105255319. Toronto CFA Society accepts MasterCard, VISA, AMEX and cheques. Please note that we require 48 hours cancellation notice prior to the event date otherwise you will be charged an amount equivalent to your ticket price. By registering for and attending this event, you acknowledge that any photographs that may be taken are the property of Toronto CFA Society and give your consent to their use in Toronto CFA Society’s online and print business communications and marketing. Event information is subject to change at any time.

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