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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

10% Off Next Week's Global Macro Hedge Fund Event in New York

There are only a few seats left for next week's Global Macro Hedge Fund event in New York and Market Folly readers receive a 10% discount.

On March 23, FINforums brings together top hedge fund managers, investors, political scientists and economists to discuss geopolitical risk and its effect on investing in global macro funds. Topics include an emerging markets outlook, an in-depth look at the crisis in the Middle East, and a discussion about US and European fiscal policies and how they impact investment decisions.

Event: Global Alpha and Geopolitical Risk
Date: Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Venue: Princeton Club, New York City
Cost: $195 (use discount code FOLLY for an additional 10% off)
Organizer: FINforums
More Info: Click here for more info
Register: Click here to register

Highlights of the event include a one-on-one fireside chat between hedge fund legend Barton Biggs and award-winning broadcast journalist John Seigenthaler, and a keynote address by leading Middle East expert Gary Sick (see full agenda).

Speakers Include:

- Barton Biggs, Founder and Managing Partners, Traxis Partners
- Prof. Gary Sick, Adjunct Prof of Intl and Public Affairs, Columbia University
- Caroline Bentz, Managing Director, Parker Global Strategies
- Amer Bisat, Partner and Portfolio Manager, Traxis Partners
- Nicholas J. Colas, Chief Market Strategist, ConvergEx Group
- Bertrand Delgado, Senior Research Analyst, Roubini Global Economics
- Justin Dew, Sr. Managing Director, Welton Investment Corp
- Kenneth Kuhn, Managing Director, Global Capital Investments
- John Seigenthaler, Former NBC News anchor and current CEO of Seigenthaler PR-NY will serve as chair and moderator

For questions, please contact Deirdre Brennan at (212) 966-0047 or dbrennan@finalternatives.com

The event is sponsored by NorthPoint Trading Partners, Ambrose Group, Chivas, Hedge Fund PR, Seigenthaler Public Relations and FINalternatives.

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