If you are an investor, you need to spend Saturday, Oct. 25, with us at Pier Sixty in New York City for our one-day investment conference. The theme of the conference is how and where to invest in 2009, and the day is packed with must-see presentations, panels and Q&A sessions.
The conference will be the first venue where Jim Cramer will reveal his stock outlook for 2009. Jim's hour-long presentation will provide you with analysis and specific stock ideas and will be followed by a lightning round, where you and other members of the audience may ask his views on specific stocks.
My friend and colleague
, the baseball legend turned wizard of options trading, will explain how he became an all-star businessman and investor. Lenny will also detail his winning deep-in-the-money options strategy for you and, you'll be pleased to learn, will be on hand to sign autographs.
But that's not all:
, the chief investment officer at Soleil Securities Group and a frequent commentator on
, will identify the best value stocks you can buy now.
, a former equity research analyst who is currently the portfolio manager of
, will examine what's putting the boom in the biotech sector and tell you the stocks he believes should soar in the coming 15 months.
, the founder of
and a former fund of funds manager, will show you in his authoritative yet wonderfully entertaining way how to profit from some unlikely consumer trends, including tattoo removal.
Three of our top technical analysts --
-- will also have a panel discussion on which sectors and stocks will offer prime investment opportunities for the next 15 months and beyond.
And we have even
planned for you.
You can understand why we believe this one-time-only event will be a sellout. So you need to sign up now to guarantee your spot since there is only limited seating available.
To register for this event, visit
I'm looking forward to seeing you there.
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