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Conferences

  • The Upside of Lower Oil Prices

    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 - jvonsick@kppfinancial.com 

    February 7  

    San Jose, CA

Webinars

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    November 12  

    6:30 PM - 

    7:30 PM 

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    January 28  

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    February 17  

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    February 18  

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Market Commentary

  • Jan. 30 2015

    Fraying at the Edges

    Tags: GDP

    This morning GDP numbers for the fourth quarter of 2014 came out showing growth of 2.6%. That was far below the estimate of 3.2% by the experts and significantly below the third quarter’s … read more »

  • Jan. 28 2015

    Dollar Strength

    Tags: Dollar

    On Tuesday the market did not like what it saw in the Durable Goods Report as stocks fell sharply on a very large miss. Corporations slowed their buying dramatically with the report showing a drop of … read more »

  • Jan. 26 2015

    QE for the EU

    Tags: EU, QE

    The ECB (European Central Bank) announced a 60 billion Euro a month bond buying program that Mario Draghi, its president, said would last until at least next September.  They plan on buying … read more »

  • Jan. 23 2015

    A Good Start

    Good, though not great, news on housing this week tells the story of a steady housing market for the start of 2015. For most Americans, much of their wealth is in their home and since our economy is … read more »