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Join us for this timely Wealth Conference. We'll look beyond the headlines to the real opportunities surfacing with the drop in oil prices. We will be covering:
We'll examine world oil economies - OPEC vs US Oil Producers vs The World. How politics plays into this economic tug-of-war. The countries that will benefit and those that will suffer in a world of lower oil prices.
How the average investor can profit from collapsing oil prices - which sectors and industries will benefit and which will fall. We'll break down the industry components, focusing in on : shale, oil sands, and deep water operations.
For those who are more hands-on investors; you'll see how to analyze the fundamentals and Technicals of companies and the industry.
*Admission is $45 per person and breakfast and refreshments will be provided.
**KPP Clients are FREE to attend, but we kindly ask that you email us ahead of time to ensure we reserve a seat for you. Please contact Jason Von Sick with any questions or to reserve a seat - email@example.com
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