Global Intermarket Conference, Budapest

The Global Intermarket Conference
Budapest
Saturday, January 15th, 2011

As markets get integrated and opportunities shift from one asset to the other, intermarket analysis gains prominence among market participants. At a time when Gold is at an all time high and interest rates at an all time low, one wonders whether we are in inflationary or deflationary times. Agro asset prices have started to rise, Indian markets are at a new high, some European economies are struggling with a debt crisis, Oil continues to stay below dollar 100, pinpointing performance and isolating alpha gets tougher. The conference will address the area of intermarket perspective between global assets attempting to identify outperforming sectors in 2011.

Are times ahead inflationary or deflationary?
Is it time to hold cash or tangible assets?
Will Gold continue to outperform global equity?
Will China boost the global economy?
Will Oil reach $100 in 2011?
What are the driving stories for Central Eastern Europe?
Is EUR DOLLAR parity a reality?
What will be the top sectors of growth?
Will financial sector outperform or underperform?
How to decode intermarket cyclicality?

For registration and further details visit the Market Technicians Association.


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2 Comments

  1. Posted 16 November, 2010 at 07:16 | Permalink

    Hello Mukul.

    It will be nice if you could put up a conference synopsis for those of us who may miss it.

    thanks and regards.
    alok

  2. Posted 16 November, 2010 at 07:38 | Permalink

    We will try to arrange a webcast recording.

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