This past Monday concluded the 2012 World Resource Investment Conference in Vancouver. The event was a big success given recent market turmoil. Turnout was strong (over 5000 investors) and high quality. As Keir Reynolds pointed out in his Mammoth Letter blog, difficult markets have only cut the wheat from the chaff, leaving the best of the best still standing – at their booths in this case – communicating advancements of commodities projects globally.
We were proud to bring back Cambridge House Live from the show floor, where producer/host Jonathan Roth interviewed many of the conference headliners, including Ross Beaty, Peter Schiff, Doug Casey, Frank Holmes, Rick Rule, David Morgan, Keith Schaefer, John Kaiser, Brent Cook and more. Those interviews are available on Youtube, and we suggest you watch all of them.
Headlining the free event are financial entrepreneurs Peter Schiff,Doug Casey, Rick Rule and Frank Holmes. The metals equities specialists join representatives from more than 200 natural resources companies and thousands of retail investors under one roof.
Benefits of attending the free EXHIBITION and presentations:
Learn exclusive wealth creation strategies from the world’s top experts;
Meet face to face with public company executives (many of whom are CEOs of natural resource companies trading at or below cash $$);
Forge new business relationships among geologists, engineers, brokers, bankers, promoters, media and more;
Grow your personal brand while having fun in the process.
Attendees will enjoy the political rhetoric sure to set fire to some ears … Catch Peter Schiff defending the 1% at Occupy Wall Street (Youtube link) … or my interview with author Doug Casey (Vimeo link) for a taste. There’s never a dull moment at any of Jeff Berwick‘s speeches, either.
As for me, I’ll be on the floor both days, and on stage at 4 pm on Monday with Josh Brown, the Reformed Broker from Stocktwits, taking cheap shots at the brokerage biz and anyone else who wants it. Bring your questions about the Facebook IPO, social media and Wall Street for Josh and be prepared to laugh or cry (or both).