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 David Lawson

-Worked as a real estate agent in 2009, have since left the industry because I now see that it is all fuelled by euphoric expections and debt -Started to become concerned about the global debt bubble after reading 'The Credit Crunch' by Graham Turner about a year ago and have since followed Steve Keens debtwatch blog -Competed a Bachelor of economics in 2004 specalising in iternational trade and finance -Lived in the USA for 5 years of my life, have witnessed first hand there frivolous spending patterns and watched our country become the same over the course of last 10 years
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8 Responses to Advertisement: AFTER AMERICA: How to Invest, Prosper and Survive In The Asian Century!

  1. koonyeow says:

    Title: In Mem­ory of Donella Meadows

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

  2. Steve Keen says:

    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.

  3. koonyeow says:

    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).

  4. mahaish says:

    think the title of this talk fest is entirely presumptious.

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

  5. CTindale says:

    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 .

  6. CTindale says:

    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

  7. koonyeow says:

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

  8. CTindale says:

    Lol auto spellers Marx not Marzi­pan :)

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