Special Session On November 15th!
Professor Fekete discusses “The Unfolding of the Crisis” and takes questions
In light of the situation that has emerged over the last ten days, and due to many, many requests, Professor Antal E. Fekete has agreed to stay on in Canberra for an extra day and to speak on the topic of: ‘The Unfolding of the Crisis’. Questions will be taken from the floor.
This one off, special event will take place on Saturday, 15th November. As this will be the day after the ‘Trading the Basis’ seminar I am writing to urge you to extend your stay in Canberra and to attend if at all possible.
For decades Professor Fekete has predicted the current credit collapse. As he was one of the very few who saw the specific nature of the collapse, so he is the best informed to spell out the likely ramifications now that it is here.
“THIS IS NOT A SUBPRIME CRISIS, NOT A REAL ESTATE CRISIS, NOT EVEN A US DOLLAR CRISIS. THIS IS A GOLD CRISIS: THE CHICKENS OF 1933 AND 1971 ARE COMING HOME TO ROOST, AND THEY WILL TAKE OUT THE US DOLLAR-DENOMINATED CAPITAL OF THE BANKING SYSTEM OF THE WORLD.”
Professor Antal E. Fekete Sept. ‘08
The price for this unique and exciting event will be Au$120-. Those who are attending the prior seminar will be entitled to a discount of 25% on this amount. The price includes the usual continuous tea, coffee, sandwiches, cakes etc.
Those who are interested please let me know ASAP as I am trying to gauge the size of hall needed. It will be held at The Australian National University and will run from 10am till 2pm with breaks for coffee/sandwiches etc. Obviously discussions will continue way beyond 2pm!
Philip Barton firstname.lastname@example.org
Gold Standard University
Gold Standard University Live Session 5
A seminar by the renowned mathematician and monetary scientist
Professor Antal E. Fekete
Australian National University Canberra, Australia
Tuesday, 11th to Friday, 14th November 2008
Price includes morning and afternoon tea and lunch on all four days of the seminar
We can also offer overseas attendees accomodation advice.
The seminar room has limited spacing and reservations will be allocated on a first paid basis.
The Australian National University is a magnificant environment. The website can be visited at: http://www.anu.edu.au/unihouse/functions/functions.htm
All enquiries to Philip Barton at email@example.com
Gold Standard University Live
This will be the final Session of GSUL Schedule for Session V
University of Canberra, Canberra, Australia November 11-14, 2008
Primer of the Bold and Silver Basis How to Trade the Gold and Silver Basis
Tuesday, November 11
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon Concept of the Basis as a Tool of Warehousing 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Basis and the Spreads
Wednesday, November 12
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon Difference between the Basis for Grains and the Basis for Monetary Metals
2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Darryl R. Schoon: Silver, the Canary in the Gold Mine
Thursday, November 13
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon Bimetallic Arbitrage
2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Understanding the Gold and Silver Option Markets
Friday, November 14
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon Dynamic Hedging: How to Make Gold and Silver Yield as Income 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Future Outlook for the International Monetary System
Every one of the eight sessions starts with a 1 and 1/2 hour lecture followed by a 1/2 hour question period.
Some Reasons Why You May Want to Attend GSUL by Tom Szabo, www.silveraxis.com
Professor Antal Fekete is an intellectual heavyweight who could probably solve almost any problem to which he puts his mind. In mathematics, just one of his unpublished theories has the potential to solve the coming bottleneck in computing power and artificial intelligence. Yet it is to the science of monetary theory that the professor has devoted most of his thinking in the past few years, and we are all fortunate that he has done so. Personally, I feel especially lucky to have had a chance to collaborate with him over the past year or two, and I eagerly look forward to many years more.
I may only be exaggerating slightly when I say that the professor’s exposition — right in front of our eyes — of a unified economic and monetary theory may turn out to be as important scientifically as some of the greatest discoveries in physics, chemistry or medicine. After attending the second Gold Standard University Live session in Szombathely, Hungary, in August of 2007, I coined the phrase “prosperity theory” in an attempt to capture the true meaning of Professor Fekete’s work: nothing less than THE BLUEPRINT for how society can have the best chance to prosper. This unified theory is so staggering in its importance that I’m fairly certain people many centuries from now will look back at this period, and the professor’s work, as a “Golden Age” of monetary thinking. No, I did not take any drugs while writing this although reading or listening to the professor’s sage words can sometimes elicit some drug-like reactions!
I highly recommend that everyone attend as many of the professor’s live seminars as possible because the full effect of his greatness is best appreciated in person, especially for the layman. You never know, the experience may turn out to be as priceless in retrospect as having attended a lecture by Adam Smith, Sir Isaac Newton or Albert Einstein before they were recognized for their greatness. Whether you get a chance to catch the professor live or not, all of his writings are must reading for the serious student of money, gold, finance and economics.