Gabelli Funds, a Diamond Sponsor at the IMPACT® Conference in Chicago, will host a session for Advisors seeking insights on the power of equities and why they are the asset class of choice for long term wealth creation on Thursday, November 15, from 10:15-11:30 a.m.
Howard F. Ward, CFA is the Director of Gabelli Growth Equities, Portfolio Manager of the GAMCO Growth Fund, and Co-Portfolio Manager of the GAMCO Global Growth Fund. Mr. Ward will be joined by Mario J. Gabelli, CFA, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, and Chief Investment Officer – Value Investments, at an interactive session on the third day of the conference. The conference runs from November 13 to November 16 at McCormick Place.
Mr. Ward will discuss how investor sentiment can provide perspective on the market and highlight the importance of being an independent thinker. He will also provide insights into industries poised for growth and investment themes for 2013 and beyond.
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