Saturday, April 15, 2017 from 9:45 AM to 12:45 PM
Now Hulbert is bringing us everything he's discovered over the years, but in an all-new format. You can be one of the first to learn about this new era of investing wisdom, straight from the master himself, in his only public appearance in Washington State.
Hulbert will devote the first half of his presentation to reviewing the many investment lessons he draws from advisers' dismal long-term returns. Perhaps the most compelling of those lessons is that the average transaction any of us undertakes is something we will grow to regret. Hulbert will discuss the contrarian implications of that lesson in the second half of his presentation, showing how we can improve our investment performance by carefully tracking—and then resisting—the consensus of short-term market timers in the stock, gold and bond markets.
This exclusive three-hour seminar is expected to fill up. Register now to claim your seat. After all tickets have been reserved, no additional attendees can be admitted.
Mark Hulbert has been a senior columnist for MarketWatch since 2002. He also has regular investment columns in The Wall Street Journal, Barron's and USA Today. He previously was the "Strategies" columnist for the Sunday New York Times and, before that, was a biweekly columnist for Forbes magazine.
Time: 9:15 a.m. — Doors Open
9:45 a.m. — Presentation begins
12:45 p.m. — Adjournment
In Advance: (postmarked by 4/10 or online by 4/15)
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Register via postal mail-in form
Please send a contribution of ANY AMOUNT of your choice for each person who will attend. The more you contribute, the better speakers we can bring you.
At the Door:
Space permitting, maximum 200. We accept a contribution of any amount at the door for each person who attends.
Contact us at least 24 hours prior to the meeting for a full refund.
3200 Snoqualmie River Rd., Lot 12
Bellevue, WA 98007
Free parking in Lot 12 of Bellevue College (no charge on weekends)
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