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Highlights from The World Money Show London
12/05/2008 10:37 am EST
The World Money Show London was the place to be for savvy investors, surrounded by global advisors who shared keen insight on the unfolding world economic and market crisis. Thousands of investors gathered to find out the best strategies for these uncertain times from leading financial pros from around the world.
They were treated to a special keynote speech by commodities guru Jim Rogers, who also shared his views on China’s recovery and future potential in an exclusive interview in our MoneyShow.com studio.
Also joining our interviewers was Chris Gilchrist, editorial director of Everyinvestor, who recommended wholesale changes in the concept of diversification; and Sandy Jadeja, chief market strategist and head of global training of ODL Markets, who made a startling projection for the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
The exhibit hall offered attendees an opportunity to personally visit with global gurus, pick up samples of their publications, and to see demonstrations of the most current trading software.
Investors attended a variety of workshops and panel discussions, including three we have included here, in our Best of Show feature, which offered the latest views of expert panelists on income investing, the commodities debate, as well as the future investment potential of the once high-flying BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India, and China).
We’ve highlighted some of their investment recommendations in these pages, but you can find many more by tuning into the Webcasts and interviews we are posting on MoneyShow.com.
Please enjoy this sampling of our London World Money Show, and we hope to see you in person at one of our many upcoming events.
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