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Investing in Precious Metals Gold ,Silver, and Platinum . Presented by: Amro Zakaria Abdu Managing Diretor – TradeSys Funds. Investing in Precious Metals Disclosures.

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    1. Investing in Precious Metals Gold ,Silver, and Platinum Presented by: Amro Zakaria Abdu Managing Diretor – TradeSys Funds

    2. Investing in Precious Metals Disclosures This seminar is a service offered to existing and prospective FOREX.com clients.  It will discuss risk management concepts and strategies and does not include the recommendation or endorsement of any particular security, chart pattern or investment strategy by FOREX.com. The concepts and strategies discussed may not be suitable for all investors.  It is important that investors consider the information presented in light of their individual circumstances and objectives, including personal risk tolerances and investment goals. Currency symbols shown herein are for illustrative purposes only. FOREX.com and/or its employees and/or directors may have positions in currencies referenced herein, and may, as principal or agent, buy from or sell to clients. Please note that the price and volume data, screen samples, and chart patterns illustrated in this seminar are for illustrative purposes only.  The discussions or illustrations of particular currencies herein should not be construed as an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any currency. UK Oil (BCO), US Oil (WTI), USD/CNY, USD/BRL, S&P 500 and/or the Thomson/Reuters CRB Commodity Index and/or any direct derivatives are NOT included within the current line of FOREX.com product offerings for US residents. Some or even all chart and data calculations based on Bloomberg PROFESSIONAL pricing sources which may not be indicative of FOREX.com rates. FOREX.com does not recommend the use of technical analysis as a sole means of investment research.  At FOREX.com we recommend that investors define their goals, risk tolerance, time horizon, and investment objectives in addition to researching possible investment choices through multiple channels.  Use of technical analysis may result in increased frequency of trading and, therefore, significantly higher transaction costs than a fundamental approach. Increasing leverage increases risk. Placing Contingent orders (such as stop or limit) may not limit the risk of loss to intended amounts. This presentation will include references to actual past trading results for discussion purposes. Past results are not indicative of future performance. Any references to historical price movements or levels is informational based on our analysis and we do not represent or warranty that any such movements or levels are likely to reoccur in the future Forex trading involves significant risk of loss and is not suitable for all investors. Forex trading involves a substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for all investors. Past results are not indicative of future results.

    3. 2000 - 2012 Platinum 413.70 – 1,562.00 (278%) Gold 283.00 – 1,651.00 (483%) Silver 5.37 – 30.93 (475%) Commodities and derivatives trading involves a substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for all investors. Past results are not indicative of future results.

    4. A brief history of gold • Why now? • Supply & demand situation • Outlook for 2012 – 2013 • Q&A content

    5. History of gold

    6. Why gold 1900 – 1970 1971 – 1980 1983 – 2000 2001 - 2012 Commodities and derivatives trading involves a substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for all investors. Past results are not indicative of future results.

    7. Preservation of capital

    8. Gold and Inflation

    9. CHINESE INFLATION

    10. China Money supply

    11. EURO (GERMAN) DEMAND

    12. Central banks reserves

    13. Changes in Central Banks gold holdings

    14. China and Russian decided to settle bilateral trade in their own currencies. What will happen to their $$$ reserves. China, russia, and other brics

    15. Renimbe Internationalization

    16. China’s projected demand

    17. China india gold jewelery demand

    18. India Leads demand

    19. What about the US?

    20. GOLD AS A PREFERRED COLLATERAL

    21. The sleeping giant

    22. The sleeping giants (central banks)

    23. Gold distribution by industy

    24. Inelasticity of supply Supply inflation is about 1.5% a year 2008-2009 an anomaly “Gold Peak” Theory Gold supply factors

    25. How about silver? Commodities and derivatives trading involves a substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for all investors. Past results are not indicative of future results.

    26. Photography Silverware Electrical and Electronics Medical uses (antiseptics) Silver uses

    27. Silver Supply

    28. Silver annual change (10 years)

    29. Gold:Silver ratio

    30. 2012 silver outlook

    31. Platinum

    32. Auto catalysts & Fuel cells Hard disks LCD and high tech optics Petroleum refining Silicone products Medical Jewelry Platinum Uses

    33. Platinum usage by sector

    34. Platinum & Japan

    35. SPDR GOLD SHARE (NYSE)

    36. ISHARE SILVER TRUST (NYSE)

    37. Conslusion / Q&A