Topics covered are expected to include the future of paper money, gold’s utility as a safe haven for wealth, the role of central banks in gold pricing, and the impact of Asian economies on gold. Nadler and Holmes will talk about how high the gold price should go, relative to currencies.
Fitch said he thinks this type of debate is needed because of the widespread view among investors that the U.S. economy is a house of cards and the U.S. dollar is falling down, leaving gold as potentially the only hard asset that can act as a store of value.
He describes the 30-minute debate as a bear versus bull type argument....
It's hard to decide which will be the most interesting part of the debate: the speakers or the audience reaction.
Update: Kitco News has a brief report on who said what, noting that it was "amicable." Video clips are embedded in the report. Those who want to see a video record of the entire thing can go to this page here.