A major coup

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Giustra 2012 - horz compressedIn case you missed it, we just announced a major coup for the 2013 World Outlook Financial Conference. Earlier this year I made up a dream list of speakers for the event. Frank Guistra, one of the true giants of the investment industry was on that list. I thought it would be fantastic to be able to get the thoughts and specific investment advice from someone who has a legendary Midas touch when it comes to picking investment winners. 

The only problem is that Frank rarely speaks publicly. And why should he. This is the guy who among numerous other successes launched Wheaton River Minerals (acquired by Goldcorp), Silver WheatonGold Wheaton (acquired by Franco Nevada), Northern Orion (acquired by Yamana), and Pacific Rubiales Energy.
He is also the founder of Lionsgate Entertainment (recently Hunger Games and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II) and continues to sit on its Board of Directors. I am not overstating it to say that there is not enough space to list his accomplishments in both the investment industry and the world of philanthropy. That’s why he was on my dream list of speakers. 
Personally I am dying to hear Frank’s current investment views and especially where he thinks the big money is to be made in the next couple of years. There are literally millions of investors and analysts in the world but there are only a handful of people who have matched Frank’s success.  I want to know what specific investment lessons Frank has learned along the way. 
What does he look for in a company before investing? Where does he think the commodity market is going? Where does he stand on the inflation vs deflation debate? 
The Best Part
We want ticket buyers to submit questions and we will select the best ones to ask Frank. This is truly a rare opportunity. And we are proud to be able to bring it to you at the 2013 World Outlook Conference. I hope you take advantage of it. 
But That’s Not All
Frank joins the best investment line-up anywhere in the country including North America’s best know trader, Dennis Gartman and Timer’s Digest Timer of the Year, Mark Leibovit. Mark’s also been long term Timer of the Decade and Gold Market Timer of the Year. 
Josef Schachter, one of the North America’s top energy analysts is also committed to attend. Josef accurately predicted the current decline in crude oil but also expects to see a tremendous buying opportunity in the near future that he will outline at the Conference. 
We’ll Make You Money
Let me state clearly that past investment performance is not guarantee of future performance but in every year since its inception the World Outlook Conference Small Cap Portfolio has returned double digit gains. Last year’s portfolio was up an astounding 86% before chief analyst Ryan Irvine of Keystone Financial issued some sell advice in November. 
Last year we also added a more conservative High Performance Income Portfolio that is up 37%. It’s hard not to look forward to this year’s portfolio that will be announced at the Conference. 
Our goal is to literally change your investing life. I think we can do it but we need your help. You’ve got to be interested. Come to the event. Make a weekend of it. Maybe even take advantage of our special rates at the Westin Bayshore Hotel, whether you live in Greater Vancouver or farther afield. By the way, I think that would make a terrific and meaningful Christmas gift. 
I am very confident in saying that the Conference is going to be great.  
Host of Money Talks
P.S. In case you missed our latest special bonus, ticket buyers will receive an exclusive opportunity to read the mid term and long term investment views of Mark Leibovit in his new newsletter, Wall Street Raw.
This will not be available to the public for another four months but World Outlook ticket buyers will immediately receive a weekly copy that Mark is writing exclusively for us.
Conference Details 
Where: Westin Bayshore, Coal Harbour, Vancouver 
When: Friday evening, February 1 and all-day Saturday, February 2, 2013
Cost: $119 for a two day pass