August 15 - 17, 2019 | San Francisco
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Event Overview

Friday, August 24 • 10:45 am - 6:45 pm
Saturday, August 25 • 8:00 am - 5:45 pm

Durable income is an important investment strategy designed to optimize the performance of traditional retirement portfolios by incorporating investment classes whose risk-return characteristics are complementary to those of stocks, bonds, and fixed income. This FREE special event also highlights unique growth opportunities to help you better diversify your portfolio and investment strategy. Whether you are looking for undervalued growth stocks or a source of steady income stream, this event will shine a light on new opportunities!


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National Retail Properties, Inc., (NYSE: NNN) is a REIT owning 2,847 freestanding retail stores in 48 states, leased to more than 400 tenants, in 37 lines of trade (as of September 30, 2018). A conservative balance sheet, a strong portfolio with 98.7% occupancy, and a well-protected cash dividend have helped NNN deliver 29 consecutive annual dividend increases and an average total return of 13.0% per year over the last 15 years, 13.1% per year over the last 20 years and 12.4% per year for the last 25 years.


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Christopher Barry

National Retail Properties, Inc.

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John Buckingham

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David Butterfield

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Marilyn Cohen

Envision Capital Management, Inc.

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John Dobosz

Forbes Premium Income Report and Forbes Dividend Investor

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Nick Fullerton


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Neil George

Profitable Investing

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Douglas Gerlach

ICLUBcentral, Inc.

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Thomas Grimes

Reaves Asset Management

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Jay Hatfield

Infrastructure Capital Management, LLC

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Richard Schumacher

Pressure BioSciences, Inc.

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Rowland Wilhelm

Reaves Asset Management

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Kelley Wright

Investment Quality Trends