October 30 - November 1, 2022|Orlando, Florida
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These renowned market experts can help you unravel the effects of growing government debt and deficits on the economy, analyze the current market environment, determine the next big hot spots for investments, and discern the long-term market and economic consequences and opportunities of geopolitical turmoil in the Middle East, Asia, and Europe.

Please note: These sessions are available with the purchase of a Standard, Preferred, or VIP pass.

How to Get Ready for 2023
Sunday, October 30, 2022, 8:30 am - 8:50 am
There will be more profits created in the next 10 years than the last 50 combined but finding them isn't just a matter of getting there first like it used to be. A complete re-think is necessary, Keith will explain why and then share his latest thinking on where to put your money right now for maximum profit potential and minimum risk.

China Emerging from Hibernation? Russia Breathing Fire? Where Go Economies and Markets?
Sunday, October 30, 2022, 8:50 am - 9:20 am
As the war in Ukraine intensified and China's draconian zero-Covid policy has wreaked even more havoc on already stressed supply chains, global markets have sold off sharply as fear and emotions took over. Fidelity Investments' Bruce Johnstone will share his outlook for global economies and markets, with emphasis on corporate profit growth, inflation, interest rates, liquidity, and market valuations, given the enormity of the current geopolitical developments.

Greenflation and You: The Green Energy Crisis
Sunday, October 30, 2022, 9:35 am - 9:55 am
Greenflation is raising fears about a deep recession causing havoc in the petroleum markets that are getting mixed signals surrounding demand and the depth of the coming recession. One of the world's leading oil analysts, Phil Flynn, explains what greenflation, how it is a major cause of the current energy crisis, and what that means for you and your portfolio.
Impact of Long Covid on Economy and Markets
Sunday, October 30, 2022, 9:55 am - 10:15 am
Long Covid has reached millions of people who are temporarily, partially, or permanently disabled; about one-third are of labor force age (16-65). Estimates are as high as more than 20 million impacted people including several hundred thousand children. The numbers keep growing as additional information is observed. We will discuss how this large shock affects the economy and financial markets. The implications include healthcare costs, disability benefits and payments, wages and related labor costs for businesses and other entities, need for organizations to alter management structures. Americans have not experienced a surge in post-viral disease in over a century so this Long Covid problem is a massive shock to every living person in the United States and similarly around the world.

When Stupidity Succeeds
Sunday, October 30, 2022, 10:30 am - 10:50 am
In 2000, When Genius Failed, the definitive account of LTCM's downfall, hit bookstands everywhere. The book detailed how a group of economic academicians (including two Nobel Prize winners), brought the US financial markets to the brink of oblivion. Flash forward 20 years and their fellow geniuses at the Federal Reserve are doing an excellent job repeating their mistakes--only on a much grander scale. A decade of ruthlessly repressive interest-rate policy has built up unprecedented imbalances in financial markets, leaving the US economy more vulnerable to any downside than it has ever been prior. Seemingly oblivious to this dismal reality (or fancying themselves smart enough to navigate around any problem) the Fed has undertaken the most aggressive tightening since Paul Volker. While they imagine they can engineer a soft landing, there's every reason to expect this downturn will give 2008 a run for the money. Stephanie Pomboy will discuss the implications of the Fed's latest policy blunder for the economy, markets, and the future of dollar hegemony.

Too Much Pessimism or Not Enough?
Sunday, October 30, 2022, 10:50 am - 11:10 am
The US economy seems to be heading into a recession, while inflation remains high. As of mid-2022, the S&P 500 had given back all its gains since the start of 2021. It's hard to be an optimist under the circumstances. Indeed, during June, one measure of consumer sentiment fell to the lowest on record starting in 1952. Also in June, Investors Intelligence Bull/Bear Ratio was the lowest it has been since the bottom of the bear market during the Great Financial Crisis. Might there be too much pessimism? The past year has been like living through the stagflationary 1970s, but on fast forward. However, a mild recession could help to bring inflation down sooner rather than later, setting the stage for recovery with gains to be had again in the bond and stock market. Dr. Ed Yardeni will provide a balanced discussion of what could go right and what could go wrong over the rest of this year, as well as the rest of this decade.

Inflation: The Disease That Biden, the Fed, and Congress Don't Know How to Fight
Sunday, October 30, 2022, 11:10 am - 11:35 am
As inflation surges, a desperate political class may resort to price controls, which do more harm than good. The Fed may panic and back off the inflation fight as the economy slows and foreign currencies plummet. There are two simple ways to tell inflation--but power holders don't want to hear them.

The Year Ahead: Thrills or Chills?
Sunday, October 30, 2022, 11:35 am - 12:00 pm
The financial landscape has changed dramatically over the past few years, creating new vistas of investment opportunity while adding layers of complexity and challenging much of yesterday's traditional market wisdom. With the mid-term elections happening next week and numerous headwinds facing us, our expert panelists will help you cut through the noise by revealing the most critical forces that will impact the economy and the markets. You'll gain a clear understanding of these forces and insights into the risks and opportunities most investors miss. Most importantly, you'll leave knowing how these forces are currently impacting US markets and how to position your portfolio accordingly.
How to Survive the Biden Recession
Monday, October 31, 2022, 8:15 am - 8:35 am
These are hazardous times for investors with taxes going up, inflation high, energy prices still way above normal, and a stock market that has lost $7 trillion this year. This talk will discuss how to financially navigate these choppy waters.

Preparing for the Next Bull Market
Monday, October 31, 2022, 9:15 am - 9:35 am
Legendary investor, Sir John Templeton, once said Bull markets are born in pessimism, grow on skepticism, mature on optimism, and die on euphoria. One of the greatest bull markets began in 1982 during a time of high inflation and interest rates. Given the amount of bearish sentiment among market participants, is it time to prepare for a potential bullish surprise? This elite panel of top professional investors will share where they are finding oversold bargains and overlooked gems in their search for profitable opportunities.