The 9th Annual Spring Value Investing Congress (see below for special offer) brings together talented managers with a proven track record to explain their views on deep value investing, their overall investment strategies, and even some actionable ideas. The 9th Annual Spring Value Investing Congress is two days of in-depth presentations with plenty of time to meet like-minded investors to further discuss new ideas and make valuable contacts. Also see The 2013 Value Investing Congress Slides.

Value Investing Congress

Value Investing Congress has a strong reputation

Even if this isn’t the only conference of its find, the Value Investing Congress has built a great reputation among extremely successful investors. Alexander Roepers of Atlantic Investment Management called it “The best investing conference I know of,” and Lance Helfert, West Coast Asset Management says that “It’s the only conference where the speakers stay for the whole thing to learn alongside the other attendees.”

Attendees will hear from Whitney Tilson (founder and managing partner of Kase Capital), Eric Sprott (CEO and CIO of Sprott Asset Management), Zeke Ashton (founding and managing partner of Centaur Capital Partners), Michael Kao (founder and portfolio manager of Akanthos Capital Management LLC), Tom Russo,  and John Lewis (founder and managing partner of Osmium Partners) among others for 22 different sessions ranging from a half hour to 90 minutes.

A mystery short seller who we believe is John Hempton will also be speaking.

Extra sessions at the pre-Congress workshop

The Spring Value Investing Congress will take place at the Encore at Wynn in Las Vegas on April 3rd and 4th, but anyone who can get away for half a week can also attend a smaller workshop (April 2nd). The exact topics to be discussed haven’t been announced, but the workshop begins and ends with talks from Whitney Tilson. In between, attendees will hear from Dan Ferris, editor of the monthly investment advisory Extreme Value, Alexander Rubalcava from Rubalcava Capital, and Zack Buckley of Buckley Capital Partners, with plenty of time for networking during the lunch and evening cocktail reception. The full event will wrap up around 3:30 pm on Friday.

For more information, you can check out the full agenda for the Congress here.

Attending the two-day Congress costs $4,995, and attending the full three-day event (congress plus workshop) costs $6,995. Valuewalk readers receive a special discount of $500 off the $4995 registration price if they register before 3/24, use Discount Code WALK2 and sign up here.

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