Adver­tise­ment: AFTER AMERICA: How to Invest, Pros­per and Sur­vive In The Asian Cen­tury!

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 March 15–16 2012: The Inter­Con­ti­nen­tal Hotel, Syd­ney

Eco­nomic lead­er­ship of the world is pass­ing from West to East. It may be an orderly tran­si­tion… or there may be cur­rency wars… resource wars… and a period of great volatil­ity in the finan­cial mar­kets. How­ever it plays out, this WILL affect the Aus­tralian econ­omy, your invest­ments, retire­ment sav­ings, and asset wealth in 2012…

If you’re becom­ing more con­cerned about your future finan­cial secu­rity, clear your cal­en­dar for AFTER AMERICA – Port Phillip Publishing’s inau­gural invest­ment con­fer­ence.

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You’ll learn all about:

  • The com­ing “gold wars” with China…and the Aussie min­ers strik­ing it rich in Asia’s Rim of Fire…
  • Dol­lar, Yen, Yuan, Euro: who’ll win the cur­rency war and how you can be on the win­ning side…
  • The only small cap oil and energy spec­u­la­tors to own in 2012…
  • Why the Aussie banks are far riskier you think…
  • When Super­pow­ers col­lide: how to pre­pare for the com­ing con­flict between China and Amer­ica…

Main Speak­ers:

  • Dan Den­ning, Dr Alex Cowie, Kris Sayce, Mur­ray Dawes, Greg Cana­van: The Daily Reck­on­ing / Port Phillip Pub­lish­ing
  • Satya­jit Das: 30-year vet­eran of the finan­cial mar­kets: “The Great Re-Set”
  • Dylan Grice: Société Générale: “The Lim­its of Knowl­edge and the Prospects of Infla­tion’   
  • Paul Monk: For­merly of the Aus­tralian Depart­ment of Defence: “‘Chi­nese Grand Strat­egy and Amer­i­can Hege­mony’
  • David Thomas: Busi­ness futur­ist, BRIC expert and entre­pre­neur: “‘Fol­low­ing the Money – New Bull Mar­kets of the 21st Cen­tury’

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About Steve Keen

I am Professor of Economics and Head of Economics, History and Politics at Kingston University London, and a long time critic of conventional economic thought. As well as attacking mainstream thought in Debunking Economics, I am also developing an alternative dynamic approach to economic modelling. The key issue I am tackling here is the prospect for a debt-deflation on the back of the enormous private debts accumulated globally, and our very low rate of inflation.
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  • koonyeow

    Title: In Mem­ory of Donella Mead­ows

    How about expand­ing it to become AFTER ‘Lim­its to Growth’?

  • Agreed–but this is an adver­tise­ment (for a crowd I often agree with, I has­ten to add!: Kris Sayce and I are often on the same page on the cur­rent eco­nomic fol­lies, even though he comes at it from a very Aus­trian per­spec­tive) so we’re stuck with Money Morning’s copy.

  • koonyeow

    Title: My ‘Com­plain’ Answered (Laugh Out Loud)

    Agree that this is an adver­tise­ment. Too bad there is no sym­po­sium of such cal­i­bre in Sin­ga­pore. I may get the DVD though.

    I sup­pose my AFTER-‘Limits to Growth’ ‘com­plain’ has been answered by tomorrow’s Ceres event (laugh out loud).

  • mahaish

    think the title of this talk fest is entirely pre­sump­tious.

    hope­fully we will get a post on who said what at the talk.

  • CTin­dale

    The “power is mov­ing from west to east” stuff gets a lit­tle tedious , Chi­nas credit boom is accel­er­at­ing faster than the wests did , why do folk believe a debt based con­sump­tion boom in the west is some how dis­con­nected to the pro­duc­tion boom in the east ? All China did in 2008 was replace lost growth with credit based con­struc­tion .

    I don’t think peo­ple actu­ally track mil­i­tary com­petive­ness or they wouldn’t put China in the same sen­tence as the US . The us alliances include nearly every­one that mat­ters and China has who on it’s side ? The US has 11 car­rier bat­tle groups and China has none? 

    I’m with Jim Chanos and Hugh Hendry the rise of the East to lead­er­ship is com­plete delu­sion .China has been con­sis­tently the most unsta­ble large power of the last 400 years. The com­ing gold wars with China ? Under BW2 the US holds 80% of the worlds gold , it was done this way so the USD would be assured reserve cur­rency sta­tus , hold­ing it implies gold back­ing . Even under an Aus­trian analy­sis China is toast , it’s a global debt boom not west­ern one , keep in mind what Marzi­pan said about over pro­duc­tion .

  • CTin­dale

    I started going to China on busi­ness in 1982 , in the 00s I went +40 times , includ­ing exten­sive expe­ri­ence in sys­tems deploy­ment in prob­a­bly 40% of Asias banks. I’ve actu­ally sat in the credit depart­ments of these banks and reviewed their processes, poli­cies and sys­tems. Ive also done this @ West­pac, CBA and St George and ran the credit depart­ment of Amer­i­can Express in Asia . The entire rise of Asia is within the USD sys­tem , it’s prob­a­bly the worst bub­ble of the lot and I would be sur­prised if the CCP actu­ally sur­vives the next 5 years with­out being top­pled in a rev­o­lu­tion . Hugh Hendry has got the China story right http://online.barrons.com/article/SB50001424052748703786004577221590093305080.html?mod=BOL_hps_mag#articleTabs_article%3D1

  • koonyeow

    Title: Thanks for Shar­ing Your Front­line Expe­ri­ence About China, CTin­dale

  • CTin­dale

    Lol auto spellers Marx not Marzi­pan 🙂