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SPEAKER Kam, Ken Ken Kam is CEO and founder of Marketocracy, Inc., and portfolio manager at Marketocracy Capital Management, LLC. With nearly two decades as a leader and innovator in the investment management industry, he served as CEO and co-founder of Firsthand Funds; co-portfolio manager of the Technology Value Fund (the number one fund in the country for its first three and five years); and co-founder of Novoste Corporation, a medical products company now owned by Boston Scientific. Mr. Kam designed and developed Marketocracy's remarkable, proprietary system--a database of the best investors that has set the stage for the next era of investment strategy and research.
SPEAKER Weiss, Martin Martin D. Weiss, PhD, is founder of Weiss Research, Inc., and a leading advocate for investor safety, is a nationally recognized expert on domestic and international financial markets. With more than 35 years of experience, includng many years in Latin America and Asia, Dr. Weiss has helped empower millions of investors to make better financial decisions through his monthly Safe Money Report newsletter and daily Money and Markets. Regularly called upon by the media for his independent investing guidance, he has been featured in publications nationwide, including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, Investor's Business Daily, and Forbes, and has also appeared on CNN and CNBC. Dr. Weiss is also the author of Crash Profits: Make Money When Stocks Sink and Soar and the New York Times bestseller, The Ultimate Safe Money Guide.
SPEAKER Kiplinger, Knight Knight Kiplinger is one of America's most respected economic journalists and business forecasters. In his writings, speeches, and appearances on major television and radio networks, he cuts through the complexity of financial subjects with clarity and foresight. Mr. Kiplinger is editor-in-chief of The Kiplinger Letter, Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine, and KiplingerForecasts.com. He came to the Kiplinger organization in 1983, following 13 years in newspaper journalism as a Washington correspondent and editor. For six years, Mr. Kiplinger was Washington bureau chief for Ottaway Newspapers, Inc., a chain of 22 daily papers owned by Dow Jones & Company. In the late 1980s, he co-authored two bestselling forecast books that contradicted the prevailing pessimism of that time and accurately predicted that the United States would set the global pace for economic growth and technology leadership in the 1990s. In Mr. Kiplinger's book, World Boom Ahead (1998), he forecasted that the US would continue to benefit from soaring productivity and surging trade with the expanding economies of Asia, Latin America, and Eastern Europe. Mr. Kiplinger is a frequent guest on CNN and CNBC and has appeared on Wall $treet Week with Louis Rukeyser, The Today Show, CBS This Morning, and The Larry King Show. He is a regular commentator on Marketplace, the daily business report heard on public radio stations nationwide.
SPEAKER Carter, John John Carter is founder and president of Simpler Trading, and author of Mastering the Trade. An active trader for the past 25 years, his main focus is trading futures and options. Mr. Carter studied international finance at the University of Cambridge in England before graduating from the University of Texas at Austin.
INTERVIEW Louis Navellier debates Peter Schiff in bulls vs. bears Louis Navellier vs. Peter Schiff on the future market direction. It's a debate of titans. Bulls or bears? MoneyShow CEO Kim Githler moderates and where members vote on the outcome.
INTERVIEW Rotation strategy for fund leaders, laggards Stephen McKee explains a rotation strategy to evaluate mutual funds and ETFs often over a two-to-three-month period. "Be with the leaders and avoid the laggards."
INTERVIEW Top Down Analysis for the Markets Investment strategist Jeff Weniger shares his outlook for the markets from a global perspective and why he thinks emerging market equities are surprisingly undervalued.
INTERVIEW What Is the Market's Biggest Risk? Is it earnings, economic data, the EuroZone, or something else? MoneyShow's Jim Jubak explains what worries him the most.
INTERVIEW What Will Happen When the Fed Raises Rates? Looking at what's happened recently to some of the emerging market currencies has MoneyShow's Jim Jubak speculating on what may happen once US rates do move higher.