SOLD OUT Last Chance to Come Join Me for the Paris Strategy Luncheon – July 17, 2012

Come join me for lunch for the Mad Hedge Fund Trader’s Global Strategy Update, which I will be conducting in Paris on Tuesday, July 17, 2012. A three course lunch will be followed by a PowerPoint presentation and an extended question and answer period.

I’ll be giving you my up to date view on stocks, bonds, foreign currencies commodities, precious metals, and real estate. And to keep you in suspense, I’ll be throwing a few surprises out there too. Enough charts, tables, graphs, and statistics will be thrown at you to keep your ears ringing for a week. Tickets are available for $259.

I’ll be arriving an hour early and leaving late in case anyone wants to have a one on one discussion, or just sit around and chew the fat about the financial markets.

The lunch will be held at a prestigious private club in the City of Light’s central Opera district, the details of which will be emailed to you with your purchase confirmation.

I look forward to meeting you, and thank you for supporting my research. To purchase tickets for the luncheons, please go to my online store at http://www.madhedgefundtrader.com/ and click on “LUNCHEONS”.

 

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