June 27th 6PM Park City Club: Private Client Roundtable Event: Axel Merk the Founder of Merk Funds

We are delighted to announce again that on Thursday June 27th from 6 pm to 7:30 pm at the Park City Club in Dallas Texas we will have a roundtable discussion with Axel Merk founder of Merk Funds.

How I crossed paths with Axel Merk?

Two years ago I had the opportunity to visit with Axel at a CFA related event as I unknowingly sat next to him during lunch before his formal speaking Axel Merkengagement.  I was immediately impressed and that was the start of our following of his ideas and his firm….Just a good guy!

The real pedigree of Axel Merk

Axel Merk is the President and Chief Investment Officer of Merk Investments. He is a recognized expert on the global economy, monetary policy and international investing. An authority on currencies, he is a pioneer in the use of strategic currency investing to seek diversification.
Axel Merk is a regular guest on CNBC, FoxBusiness and Bloomberg. His columns and interviews frequently appear in the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Barron’s and other financial media around the world. Merk is a sought after expert speaker at industry conferences, universities, government organizations and think tanks on topics ranging from the economy, gold and currencies to sustainable wealth and personal finance.

Axel Merk Roundtable Event at the Park City Club Roundtable, June 27th 6 pm – 7:30 pm

Bring a friend for the open discussion on the Global Economy!

Formal invitations are on their way but feel free to RSVP to Cathy@jkfinancialinc.com to reserve your spot in advance.

Have a Great Wednesday!

John Kvale

http://www.jkfinancialinc.com
http://www.street-cents.com
8222 Douglas Ave # 590
Dallas, TX 75225

11 responses to “June 27th 6PM Park City Club: Private Client Roundtable Event: Axel Merk the Founder of Merk Funds

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  8. I think that some investors read so much into the ecniomoc data and all of the noise from the media & economists that they end up making a broad assumption for themselves whic could lead to investing mistakes.You mention that you believe we are at a secular turning point based on some high level macro indicators and changing world demographics.The reality is that no one knows for sure what is going to happen in the future, for better or worse. That’s why we find comfort in looking to the past, so that we can at least try and make a reasonable decision.For years experts preached that we need to invest in China for growth. Well, does that mean we purchase shares in a Chinese company that we’ve never heard of, just to get the foreign exposure? To me, I’d rather invest in a local company who exports to China, because I’m more likely to understand their business.I’m not saying ignore the economy, but investors need to better understand the business and fundamentals of the companies they invest in more so than the overall direction of the economy.

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