Of all the events going down at next week’s The Big Picture Conference, the one I’m probably most excited about is the fireside chat with Art Cashin that will be closing the program.
Art made mention this morning in his Cashin’s Comments note for UBS:
Coming Attractions – Or Maybe A Fair Warning – Next Tuesday, Barry Ritholtz will restage his Annual “Big Picture Conference” at the McGraw Hill auditorium. Like the previous three, this one is chockfull of bright and maybe more importantly, candid, observers of markets, politics and the passing scene.
With all that star power due, Barry felt he might dim the wattage and decompress at the close. He invited me to end the conference with a somewhat informal fireside chat with Art Cashin – just a few anecdotes from 50 years in the game. I hope they frisk the audience for spoiled fruit or hard rolls. It should fun – for me at least.
Art’s spent fifty years on the floor of the NYSE and has quite literally seen it all. He’s got tons of great stories to tell, I can’t wait to watch it go down.
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