VIC Last Chance Discount
- Posted by ToddSullivan
- on September 5th, 2012
I’m writing to remind you that the Early Bird Rate (our absolute best price to attend the 8th Annual New York Value Investing Congress) expires Friday, September 7th at midnight PDT. If you go. be sure to stop by and say hello. I’ll be in my usual perch, up in the balcony. I was fortunate to meet a few of you last year and hopefully more this year!!
The regular price to attend is $4,695, but if you register with discount code N12VP4 by midnight Friday, September 7th, you’ll pay just $3,295. This is your LAST CHANCE to SAVE $1,400 off the regular price of admission. Reserve your seat now at this link.
Every year hundreds of value investors from around the world gather in New York City for the Value Investing Congress to learn directly from some of the brightest investors in the world.
This year’s stellar lineup does not disappoint! On October 1 & 2 some of the world’s most successful investors — including Bill Ackman, David Einhorn and Barry Rosenstein — will share their unique perspectives on finding great investments in today’s markets.
Register today to hear them present their current top picks and answer your questions. You’ll discover unique opportunities, learn how to maximize returns, and gain powerful new insights.
This year’s must-hear lineup includes:
• David Einhorn, Greenlight Capital
• Bill Ackman, Pershing Square
• Barry Rosenstein, JANA Partners
• Alexander Roepers, Atlantic Investment Management
• Bob Robotti, Robotti & Company Advisors
• Guy Gottfried, Rational Investment Group
• Jeffrey W. Ubben, ValueAct Capital
• Kian Ghazi, Hawkshaw Capital Management
• Lloyd Khaner, Khaner Capital
• Mick McGuire, Marcato Capital Management
• John Mauldin, Millennium Wave Investments
• Whitney Tilson, T2 Partners
• Glenn H. Tongue, T2 Partners
With exceptional speakers, profitable ideas and unprecedented opportunities for networking, the Value Investing Congress might be the best investment you’ll make this year!
Register before the Early Bird expires on Friday, September 7th to SAVE $1,400. Register here and use discount code N12VP4.
• Bill Ackman presents his prescient analysis of troubled insurer MBIA.
• David Einhorn sounds the alarm about Lehman Brothers less than a year before its bankruptcy.
• Vitaliy Katsenelson presents Joseph A. Bank (JOSB), which has nearly tripled.
• John Burbank recommends Mosaic and Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan, both of which have doubled.
• Bill Ackman presents his bullish case for Corrections Corp of America (CXW), which has since gained 36%.
• Lloyd Khaner recommends Starbucks (SBUX), then trading at approximately $20 per share. It now trades over $50.
• T2 partners delivers a detailed presentation on AB-InBev (BUD), up 75% since their presentation.
• Paul Sonkin recommends Steinway Musical Instruments (LVB), which has risen nearly 50%.
• Leon Cooperman offers a detailed presentation on Apple (AAPL), which was trading at $420. The stock is now at $673, up more than 60%.
• Alex Roepers highlights Flowserve (FLS) and Ashland (ASH), both now up approximately 60%.
• James Chanos offers an in-depth explanation for why he’s short Gamestop (GME), now down 15%
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