Posts filed under “Travel”
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 the week.
Niall Ferguson, Mark Faber, Michael Covel, Doug Casey, Bill Bonner, Rick Rule, Byron King and quite a few others.
Vancouver is a lovely city, with delightful people, great natural beauty and excellent restaurants (including what may be the best Indian restaurant on the North American continent).
I always enjoy this conference a great deal — if you are in attending, please say hello — you can tag me over the week at BarryisinVancouver@tradermail.info.
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:
We interrupt our usual programming for this brief rant about some of the political hacks of the world: The intertubes are abuzz about this high moderate speed run of 30 hot cars down the New Jersey Turnpike to Atlantic City. (See e.g., N.J. State Police Investigating Sports-Car ‘Death Race’) and this NJTodayOnline video). The politicians…Read More