Great (Free) Value Investment Conference in Chicago (January 27th)

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Great (Free) Value Investment Conference in Chicago (January 27th)

My friend Miguel is arranging a conference in Chicago for value investors. I highly recommend that anyone who lives in the Chicago area or can travel goes to the event. There are going to be two great speakers there. Plus Miguel is one of the nicest people you meet and also is a great contact to have. In short you will get some great valuable advice and it will be an excellent event for networking.

I get no compensation for this post, I am posting this because I think readers will benefit and as a favor for my friend Miguel.

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Below are additional details from Miguel:

You are invited to our first Chicago Value Investor meet-up of 2011 taking place in 2 weeks. (This is not an event for amateurs.)

Date & Time:

Thursday, January 27th at 7pm (just come after work I’ll be there by 6:00pm)

Who will be attending:

Buyside Value Investors ! (Only)

Analysts, Portfolio Managers, & “Financial” Entrepreneurs
Please invite friends, colleagues, and coworkers (as you see fit)

Location:

Email me to receive the location of the meet-up   miguel@simoleonsense.com

There is no fee to attend, but I will say the bar is probably limited to 150-200 people.

Special guests.

1. Michelle Leder Author of Footnoted and founder of Footnoted.org which is now a part of Morningstar.com

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2. Jeremy Page – Accountant & Founder of Envision Financials. Jeremy has  patented  the technology for displaying financial information (think financial statements etc) in 3 dimensions a la “GapMinder” . Jeremy might bring several of his team members to the meeting and is very interested in learning what it takes to be a good analyst.

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