Posts filed under “Travel”
Google Maps ocean collection includes six of the world’s most incredible underwater spots, including coral reefs (and their inhabitants) in Australia, the Philippines and Hawaii. This imagery is available to millions of people through the Street View feature of Google Maps and in our Street View Gallery at: maps.google.com/ocean. These images were collected by our…Read More
I am off to Vancouver, where I will be speaking at the Agora Financial Conference. Ironically, I was originally scheduled to travel yesterday, but that got changed a few weeks ago. Perhaps there was still some residual disturbance in the force form that scheduling. I will be back in NYC at the end of…Read More
I am back from my Northern European sojourn (at least I am — my luggage is a different story). It was an interesting trip, and I plan on taking all of my notes and cobbling together something coherent out of them. In the meantime, a few observations regarding the macro circumstances. • I was amazed…Read More
I will be spending the next few days appearing at and attending the 65th annual CFA conference in Chicago. (For those of you who know what happens when I travel, you have been warned!)
My panel is this:
Monday, 7 May 2012 9:00-10:10 a.m.
Anatole Kaletsky, GaveKal
John F. Mauldin, Millennium Wave Investments
Barry L. Ritholtz, Fusion IQ
David Rosenberg, Gluskin Sheff + Associates Inc.
• How the effects of deleveraging will increasingly shape the economic environment and policy decisions
• What effects unforeseen outcomes and behind-the-scenes factors are having on the eurozone crisis
• How emotion and instinct can be our worst enemies in extreme market conditions
and I am definitely planning on seeing these: