Most of the world’s economic problems start from the ideas discussed at the World Economic Forum in Davos…
…and I’ll bet you weren’t even invited.
However, there is an antidote. It’s the “anti-Davos”-the first annual Global Financial Summit that I’m hosting in the Bahamas…and this time you’re invited
Dear Free Market Capitalist and Entrepreneur,
Were you invited to the annual World Economic Summit-better known as “Davos” in Switzerland?
I didn’t think so. Neither was I.
And it’s no surprise. After all, the Davos meeting is usually limited to big-government welfare statists like Al Gore, George Soros, and Paul Krugman.
These statists meet every year in freezing cold Switzerland to give their failed policies of deficit spending, bailouts, and interventionism another chance. You can’t expect any real answers to the world’s problems at Davos-just more of the same. And the ideas they discuss can only make things worse.
I love the way Indian industrialist Rajiv Bajaj-managing director of motorbike manufacturer Bajaj Auto and a Davos participant-puts it:
“…if I can be candid, I think half of the problems start from World Economic Forum.”
He’s right. Statism has failed miserably all over the world-yet it’s the only “solution” most world leaders are interested in pursuing.
And because of that, we live in scary times. The threats to our wealth and standard of living are very real. The very foundation of our economic and political freedoms are at stake as the debt bomb and deficit crisis hits full force in the next few years, thanks to exploding entitlement costs and a welfare-warfare state run amok.
Top Free-Market Experts to Meet on Paradise Island
What’s a free market businessperson to do? Well, I have good news. I’d like you to be part of the first “anti-Davos” conference. It’s my first annual Global Financial Summit for free market CEOs, business leaders, economists and investors. We’ll gather and discuss proven free market solutions to the problems of inflation, economic crisis, unemployment, recession and depression.
In short, we’re going to show the world that there’s an alternative to the high profile Davos Conference.
Our theme is “Market Solutions to the World’s Problems.”
What’s in it for you? Plenty of opportunity to mingle and get sound economic and financial advice with the “best and the brightest” financial and economic gurus who really know what’s going on.
And instead of meeting in freezing Switzerland, we’re gathering at the five-star Atlantis Resort on sunny, balmy Paradise Island in the breezy Bahamas.
Davos is scheduled for the last week in January. The Global Financial Summit will bedirectly after Davos: February 1-4 in the Bahamas, so we can set the record straight.
You’ll be part of our historic effort to show the press, businesses and international world there is a true alternative with answers to our greatest economic problems-answers based on the free market and answers that work.
Be a part of history, where several hundred of the “best and the brightest” libertarian and conservative business leaders, economists, and political thinkers will join together to respond to the bad policies recommended at Davos and provide the right answers for a stable and growing economy.
We’ve already lined up some great experts with general sessions, panels and breakout workshops, all off the record so the experts can speak their mind.
All Speeches and Workshops at the Global Financial Summit
Are Private & Off the Record
For example, Steve Moore, the leading member of the Wall Street Journal’s Editorial Board and the most sought after economist on Fox News and CNN today will be speaking on“Crisis in Washington: What’s Really Going on Inside the Beltway.”
He knows all the players in Washington, the candidates running for President, and the insiders on Wall Street. His op-eds in the Journal, debates with Obama supporters like Robert Reich on Kudlow Report, and appearances on Fox News is making a huge difference.
You won’t hear or see Steve Moore speaking at the annual Davos conference in Switzerland. He won’t be invited to this all-establishment pro-government party.
But he will be our keynote speaker in Nassau.
You won’t want to miss his controversial, off-the-record remarks. (No recording of speeches are allowed at our private Global Summit. You must be in attendance to hear what Steve has to say.)
Other speakers confirmed:
– Peter Schiff, author of “Crash Proof,” and the man who predicted the 2008 financial meltdown. His topic: “The Buck Stops Here: How to Survive and Prosper from the New Financial Nightmare Scenario.”
– Richard Rahn, former Chief Economist for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and one of the world’s top free-market advocates, will speak on: “The Tipping Point: Why a Collapse is Inevitable.” Plus: “Lessons from the Nine Countries that Have Avoided the Financial Crisis.” He will focus on Canada, Chile and Sweden, among others, and how to profit from nations that have adopted sound supply-side policies.
– Vito Tanzi, a former IMF official and another top free-market advocate, will speak on“How the Government Could Cut Spending by 30% and Stimulate Real Economic Growth.”
Tanzi is the author of “Public Spending in the 20th Century,” a terrific book that demonstrates that the world’s economies will grow much faster if they pare back the size of government to under 25% of GDP. He should get a Nobel prize in economics!
– Dr. Joel Stern will speak on “Dangers Ahead in China, But New Opportunity in Emerging Markets.” As you know, understanding China and world economics is critical to free market understanding. And Dr. Stern is well-equipped to help. He is a professor of finance at six universities, founder and CEO of Stern Stewart & Co., and is the inventor of the Economic Value Added (EVA). Dr. Stern teaches finance at all the top business schools – Columbia, Wharton, Carnegie-Mellon, Chicago, and University of Cape Town.
If you’ve heard Dr. Stern speak at FreedomFest you know you are in for a treat-in knowledge and sound advice about what’s going on in the hot spots around the globe.
–Business leader Marty Cummins responds to Occupy Wall Street and liberal economic dogma: “Prosperity for All: How Enlightened Capitalism INCREASES fairness and equality.”
–Lenore Hawkins, principal of Meritas Advisors and a regular commentator on Fox Business, on “Investment Outlook in the Face of Widespread Market Perversions and Faulty Ideology.”
– Free-market advocate, Jeff Berwick, editor of the Dollar Vigilante, on “Surviving and Prospering During and After the Dollar Collapse.”
– Several special sessions are for business owners, including one hosted by Craig Huey, free market author of “When Political and Economic Tsunamis Collide” and world renowned marketing strategist. Craig will speak on “12 Profitable Strategies for Marketing Despite Obamanomics.”
Plus free market author and economist Yaron Brookfrom the Ayn Rand Institute, Lenore Hawkins from Fox Business, Julian Morrisfrom Reason and the UK, Frank Seussfrom Switzerland, Ron Hollandfrom Grand Cayman, Roberto Salinasfrom Mexico, Steve Mariottifrom Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, and many more.
–And I’ll be speaking on “The Dangerous Impact of the Fed’s Reckless Easy Money Policies.”The move toward runaway inflation will create danger and opportunity.
Special Panels at the Global Summit
Plus, you’ll also hear our top experts discuss real solutions in these thought-provoking panels:
“Alternative to Davos: Market Solutions to World Problems”:Richard Rahn, Vito Tanzi, Julian Morris, Mike Tanner (moderator, Mark Skousen) share why free-market policies are more successful than Keynesian economics.
“Creating a New Brand of Capitalism”:Yaron Brook, Marty Cummins, Steve Mariotti (moderator, Richard Rahn)
“Fiat Currencies: The End of the Dollar and the Euro?”:Peter Schiff, Frank Suess, Ty Andros, Julian Morris (moderator, Ron Holland)
“Politics 2012: Who Will be the Next President, and Will It Matter?”:Steve Moore, Craig Huey, Peter Schiff (moderator, Jo Ann Skousen)
“New Hot Spots in the World Economy”:Joel Stern, Jon Utley, David Alvany, Roberto Salinas (moderator, Mark Skousen)
“Can Extraordinary Money Managers Beat the Market?”:Martin Truax, Greg Galloway, Lenore Hawkins, Peter Zipper (moderator, Lou Petrossi)
“The Next Energy Crisis: Can It be Averted?”:Bud Belcher, Mark Plummer (moderator, Mark Skousen)
“Investing Outside the Box: Alternatives to the Stock Market”:Ralph Williams, Lou Petrossi, Barry Potekin, (moderator, Ron Holland)
“Outlook for the economy, US Stocks, Bonds, Commodities and Real Estate”:Jeff Berwick, Lenore Hawkins, Martin Truax, Scott Brown (moderator, Mark Skousen)
Register Now and Receive a FREE copy of Mark Skousen’s New Book, “Maxims of Wall Street”
I urge you to contact us immediately about participating in this historic event. It’s only a few weeks away in beautiful Bahamas Feb. 1-4.
The fee for the conference is only $495 per person, $795 per couple, and that includes all the general sessions, breakout sessions, entrance to the exhibit hall, cocktail receptions, and the spectacular gala closing dinner and reception Saturday night.
The Summit takes place at the Atlantis-a five-star resort with lots of fun things to do for the entire family: Swim with the dolphins, see the most advanced aquarium in the world, plus 5-star restaurants, entertainment, casinos, water sports, and much more. It’s breathtaking. And we’ve arranged a special rate of only $199 per night (plus tax).
Note: Every attendee will get the opportunity to ask questions, mingle with the speakers, and have the chance to meet one-on-one with the experts as the opportunity arises.
How to join us? Go to www.freedomfest.com/gfs2012 or call Tami Holland, our conference coordinator, TOLL-FREE at 1-866-266-5101. Flights are still cheap to Nassau, and the hotel rate can’t be beat.
SPECIAL OFFER: All attendees will receive a free autographed copy of my new book, “The Maxims of Wall Street,” as our gift to you for signing up. (This offer also applies to anyone who has already registered prior to this offer.) For more information about this book, go to http://www.mskousen.com/2011/11/a-letter-from-warren-buffett-on-11-11-11/
It’s better in the Bahamas. Come join us, and let’s give Davos a run for their money.