Join Me on Cunard’s Queen Victoria for My July 9, 2022 Seminar at Sea
Come join me on Cunard Line’s elegant and luxurious Queen Victoria on a seven-day Norwegian Fjord Cruise.
For the first time in ten years, I am hosting a Seminar at Sea. I had planned to do this earlier but ran head-on into the pandemic, which should be gone by next summer. On the last Seminar at Sea, I and a group of subscribers crossed the Atlantic Ocean on the Queen Mary 2, passing over the Titanic wreck.
The Queen Victoria departs Southampton, England at 12:00 noon on July 3, 2022 and returns to Southampton on July 10. There I will be conducting the Mad Hedge Fund Trader’s Strategy Update, a three-hour discussion on the global financial markets.
I’ll be giving you my up-to-date view on stocks, bonds, currencies, commodities, precious metals, and real estate. I’ll highlight the best long and short opportunities. And to keep you in suspense, I’ll be tossing 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 $499 for the seminar only.
Attendees will be responsible for booking their own cabins through Cunard. If you move fast, you can take advantage of this week’s Black Friday sale which is offering a stateroom for this cruise for as little as $959 a person. To book your cruise, please click here. The cruise you need to book is no. V216.
To get the details of the cruise, please click here. The July 9 seminar will be held in the ship owner’s suite while we are crossing the North Sea in of the most elegant accommodations afloat on the seven seas. For a video of the owner’s suite, please click here.
Just visit Cunard’s website, or call them directly at 800-528-6273 to make your own arrangements.
The weather this time of year can range from balmy to tempestuous, depending on our luck. A brisk walk three times around the boat deck adds up to a mile. Full Internet access will be available for a price to follow the markets. Every dinner during the voyage will be black tie, so you might want to stop at Saks Fifth Avenue in Manhattan to get fitted for a second tux.
Don’t forget to bring your Dramamine and sea legs, although the 90,049-tonne, 964.5-foot long billion-dollar ship is so big, I doubt you’ll need them. Her facilities include seven restaurants, thirteen bars, three swimming pools, a ballroom, and a theater. I spend most of my time on these cruises writing deep research pieces, although I might take a few fencing classes.
Cunard is requiring Covid vaccination cards of all passengers, and so am I.
I look forward to meeting you and thank you for supporting my research. To purchase tickets for the seminar alone, click here or go to my online store at www.madhedgefundtrader.com and click on the “LUNCHEONS” tab.
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