SOLD OUT - Friday, July 22, 2016 - Zermatt, Switzerland Global Strategy Seminar

Come join me for afternoon tea for the Mad Hedge Fund Trader?s Global Strategy Seminar, which I will be conducting high in the Alps in Zermatt, Switzerland at 2:00 PM on Friday, July 22, 2016.

The guests and I will engage in an open discussion on the crucial issues facing investors today. Coffee, tea, and schnapps will be made available, along with light snacks.

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 $197.

I?ll be arriving 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 event will be held at a central Zermatt hotel with a great Matterhorn view, operated by one of the village?s oldest families and long time friends of mine. The hotel is just down the street from the town?s beautiful 17th century church. The details will be emailed directly to you with your confirmation.

You are welcome to attend in your mountain climbing gear, but you will have to leave your boots at the door. Socks only are welcome, and if it?s cold, we will throw some extra wood on the fire.

Last year, someone came down from the Matterhorn summit straight to the seminar, sunburned and tired, but elated. He even gave me a valued pebble from the summit.

The Swiss National Day is on Monday, August 1 and Zermatters throw a blowout party to celebrate the event. Citizens converge on the village from all over Switzerland to participate in an hour long parade up the main cobblestoned street, dressed in traditional folk costume and playing mountain instruments.

The Bahnhofstrasse is packed with merchants offering national dishes, fine pastries and plenty of local beer and wine. We usually end up dancing a polka in front of the town church.

If you can still stand up, giant bonfires are lit on the surrounding mountain peaks at sunset, followed by an impressive fireworks display. For the last three years, a torrential downpour followed.

It is all a complete blast, so I attend every year.

I look forward to meeting you, and thank you for supporting my research.



?John Thomas