Early Registration Discount— $495 + Fees

Register for The Big Picture Conference in New York, NY  on Eventbrite

Category: Markets

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13 Responses to “Early Registration for The Big Picture Conference”

  1. Molesworth says:

    Didier Sornette?

  2. hunjwaslike says:

    Will there be a live stream or downloadable podcast of this event? I can’t make this date but would enjoy hearing what this panel has to say.

  3. Bob A says:

    if it was only about 2500 miles closer…

  4. Joel50 says:

    Best thing about the conference is that BR doesn’t have to travel to get there. That should put a floor under the market right there.

  5. Bruman says:

    Thanks for the discount! I’ll be there!

  6. market_disciple says:

    BR, would you consider doing a poll to see if there’s enough audience to do a TBP conference in Chicago? I’d go for sure.

  7. We might do a California conference next — if only to have access to the tech guys

  8. AnnaLee says:

    BR, Do you make a conference proceedings CD? If so, how much does it cost?

  9. Marion Maneker says:


    A series of panel podcasts might not be a bad idea. We’ll think about it.

  10. market_disciple says:

    I like the podcasts idea too. I personally don’t mind paying for it too if necessary.

  11. dead hobo says:

    It’s probably too late, but if you could somehow combine this conference with a Star-Trek convention, I would pay money to hear the Klingon view of Wall Street troubles and the Klingon solution.

  12. Flying in from San Francisco to attend, look forward to it.

  13. PDS says:

    Altucher….Kass…..Kedrosky….a street.com alumni extravaganza…..but someone is missing….the Joe Granville of our time….the left honorable man himself Jimmy Booya Cramer….


    BR: A handful of TSCM alumni, but mostly not.