Steve Romick to Speak at The Value Investing Congress

This year you have the opportunity of the lifetime to attend the Value Investing Congress in Pasadena May 3rd and 4th, and hear some of the world’s greatest investors have spoke at previous conferences, including David Einhorn and Bill Ackman. You not only get to hear the speakers, but the conference is specifically limited in seats available to allow interaction between the speakers and yourself. The conference is also a great networking opportunity with other great analysts, fund managers, media and wealthy individuals. I attended the last conference in New York and it was an amazing event. I met many people there who attend the conference year after year.

This year’s conference includes FPA’s Steve Romick . Romick’s fund has returned 346% over the past 15 years versus 170% for the S&P500. What makes this the most exciting event of all is that , Charlie Munger will be speaking as usual right after the Congress ends. Charlie Munger is the chairman of Wesco and gives a  speech each year at the Wesco shareholder meeting. Wesco is being bought out by Berkshire Hathaway and this will be the last time EVER you will get to hear Charlie Munger speak at the Wesco annual meeting.

There is a special deal for Value Walk readers to receive a 35% discount on the Congress. But act soon the discount expires on March 15th!!. After March 15th the price will go up $900!. Just follow the link below and use promo code W11VW7. Buy a holiday gift (or rather an investment that will likely yield reards) for a loved one, friend neighbor or even yourself. But act soon before the huge discount expires: Value Investing Congress promo code- W11VW8

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