Phoenix Investment Conference and Silver Summit, Feb 4-5th

I hope that you will be able to join me this year for one of the best gold and silver conferences in the industry: The Cambridge House Investment Conference & Silver Summit in Phoenix, Arizona. I am a sponsor of the event and will be at booth #313, so stop by and say hello. To take advantage of the Gold Stock Bull discount and get 50% off entry to the conference, use this link.

The conference is being held at the Renaissance Glendale Hotel & Spa on Thursday and Friday February 4/5. The list of speakers includes some of the brightest names in the industry: Ted Butler, Peter Grandich, David Morgan, Jason Hommel, Jay Taylor, Greg McCoach, Bill Murphy (GATA), Andrew Schiff, Al Korelin and many others.

In addition, there are over 50 public companies representing the world’s top mineral exploration and development management teams, giving you the opportunity to speak directly to the CEO’s and gain valuable information on development plans and financing opportunities. Many of my favorite junior miners will be exhibiting including: Bravo Ventures, Endeavour Silver, First Majestic Silver, Hawthorne Gold, Mag Silver, Timmins Gold, Western Potash and plenty more.

Conference Hours, Speaking Times and Locations can be viewed by clicking on the Agenda Link. The conference is a bargain at just $40/per attendee, but you can go for half price ($20) by using the promotion code “GSB” at the link below.

http://cambridgehouse.com/email/jan1210phoenixlists/cheb_templatephoenix_gsb.html

This conference is highly recommended for any precious metals investors and I hope that you will be able to join me in attendance.

By | 2017-03-23T14:06:33+00:00 January 29th, 2010|Gold & Silver Commentary|

About the Author:

Jason Hamlin is the founder of Gold Stock Bull and has been investing in precious metals for over 20 years. Jason spent nearly a decade in analytics for the world’s largest market research firm, before finding success investing full time. He launched Gold Stock Bull in 2005 and turned his focus from helping fortune 500 companies to helping individual investors. Jason is a student of Austrian economics and a proponent of cryptocurrencies such at bitcoin.