Interesting event tonight at the NY Historical Society:

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The Future of the Stock Market and the World Economy
Wednesday, October 28

The potential meltdown of the global financial system is like nothing we’ve seen for 80 years. Is long-term investing possible any more? How long until the economy starts growing again? Will inflation pick up? If so, what’s the best protection? A diverse group of leading industry figures will help us figure it out.

MODERATOR: Byron R. Wien, vice chairman of Blackstone Advisory Services.

PANELISTS:
• Famed short-seller James Chanos, founder & president of Kynikos Associates.
Leon Cooperman, chairman & CEO of Omega Advisors.
James Grant, founder of The Interest-Rate Observer and originator of Barron’s “Current Yield” column.
Lewis Sanders, retired chairman & CEO-AllianceBernstein L.P.

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UPDATE: It appears to be sold out .  . .

Category: Markets

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4 Responses to “The Future of the Stock Market and the World Economy”

  1. Wow! Hope you can post some video of this.
    As Sgt. Hans Georg Schultz says “Very Interesting”

  2. Daffyorbugs says:

    Spectacular line-up.

  3. SINGER says:

    UPDATE: The Yankees and the Rangers appear to be playing tonight…

  4. callistenes says:

    Barry if you’re going I would be really interested on your cliff notes.