The Hard Assets Investment Conferences – New York, San Francisco, and Chicago – have been serving investors for more than 20 years. The conference differentiates itself from other investment conferences by delivering independent and credible content from natural resources expert investors and analysts. When investing in the resource sector, it is important to learn how to distinguish between the various categories of companies and make certain you select investments in the appropriate sector and risk category. The expert presenters at the Hard Assets Investment Conferences will provide you with the expertise and advice to help you best assess the opportunities.

FSN will be attending and exhibiting at the New York City conference held at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square on Monday, 5/14 and Tuesday, 5/15.

Admission is free with pre-registration and includes presentations by rising producers and promising explorers, stock picks and strategies by global economists and market analysts, and interactive workshops by the leading financial newsletter editors.

Keynote Speakers include:

  • Gordon Chang
  • Author 

  • Dennis Gartman
  • The Gartman Letter
  • Editor/Publisher 

  • Frank Holmes
  • U.S. Global Investors, Inc.
  • CEO and CIO
  • Rick Rule
  • Global Resource Investments, Inc. a member of the Sprott Group of Companies
  • Founder
  • Eric Sprott
  • Sprott, Inc
  • Chairman

  • Frank Trotter
  • EverBank Direct
  • President
  • Paul van Eeden
  • Cranberry Capital, Inc.
  • President
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At the Financial Survival Network we're always looking for entertaining unique sources of financial information, to help you survive and thrive in the new economy. Val Hughes and Mo Mentum are 30+ year veteran stock analysts. They've been through bull and bear markets and have still managed to keep their sense of humor, if not their sobriety. Always remember that any advice they offer has a certain alcoholic flavor to it. So do your due dililgence and remember that this show is for entertainment purposes only(although that's not a guaranteed). 

With those caveats in mind, the Val and Mo have a knack for finding those undervalued overlooked stocks that have often provided big gains in the past. Check out NSU from last week's show. While FSN always suggests keeping a core holding of metals, value stocks, especially those that pay dividends can be right for your investment strategy. And while we can't guarantee that you will make money off their advice, we can assure you that you'll enjoy listening to them weekly on FSN. 

Go to for the latest info on the Economy, Markets and Precious Metals.

Direct download: Value_Guys_05-04-2012.mp3
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