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Attention China Investors: China Rising Investment Conference May 18, New York City

Posted by AGORACOM at 11:39 AM on Friday, April 24th, 2009

Readers of this blog or viewers of AGORACOM Small Cap TV are well aware of the fact we are very bullish on Chinese small-cap and mid-cap companies.  I’m bullish on China for 2 big reasons:

  1. OBVIOUS – China is going to be the place to be for the next 5, 10, 20 years.  If you’re looking for growth and some real home-runs, this is where you are going to find them
  2. NOT OBVIOUS – Chinese stocks have been smashed over the past 12 months as funds used their huge gains on Chinese stocks to liquidate and raise cash.  In other words, Chinese companies were a victim of their own success.

If you feel the same way, then you need to know about a great one-day conference in New York City on May 18th – The China Rising Investment Conference.  Here is why you need to attend:

  • Market meltdown has created opportunities to invest in outstanding Chinese companies
  • Analyst roundtable will include some of the best informed analysts currently following Chinese equities.
  • Analysts will be providing their top picks for 2009.
  • Listen to successful China investing strategies from leading public and private equity investors.
  • Meet senior management from 30 companies that will be presenting from various sectors and market caps.

The conference runs from 8AM – 4PM EST.  If you are in and around New York City, or seriously interested in investing in China, you should attend this conference.


4 Responses to “Attention China Investors: China Rising Investment Conference May 18, New York City”

  1. AGORACOM says:

    Irish, my understanding is that investors unable to make it to NYC will be given an ability to listen in over the web. Don’t hold me to it just yet but the conference organizer should be sending me information very shortly. We’ll announce it at that time.


  2. Luck of the Irish says:

    will we be seeing any video conferencing or presentations in real time? A lot of us are interested in China but we don’t have the luxury of going to New York. If not, what sort of rebroadcasts, informative links etc will be available?



  3. LeoPolenta says:

    I believe that China’s economic growth is going to improve in the second quarter of 2009.There seems to be a lot more investment in China as of late as well as a slower deterioration in exports – a problem experience by China over the last 4 quarters.

  4. Assyrian says:


    Will you be attending The China Rising Investment Conference ?