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Gregor Macdonald To Provide Keynote Presentation At AGORACOM Online Gold & Commodities Conference This Week

Posted by AGORACOM at 6:51 PM on Sunday, November 29th, 2009

I am very proud to announce that Gregor Macdonald, an oil analyst and energy sector investor who also focuses on the coming transition to alternatives, is a keynote speaker at this week’s AGORACOM Online Gold and Commodities Conference, this December 3rd and 4th We’re not going to let the cat out of the bag just yet but we can tell you that Gregor is working hard and “feeling quite good about my presentation, which will concentrate on Coal, and Energy Transition (with some internal nods to failed monetary policy and scarce resources)”.

Gregor’s thoughts on the energy sector and alternatives are sought after by investors around the world, as evidenced by the fact he has written for the Financial Times of London and  cited in the New York Times, The Financial Times, The Los Angeles Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, WIRED, and the Oil And Gas Journal.  In addition, he recently appeared on MSNBC in the United States and BNN in Canada.

Gregor has also made a major impact on the real-time financial discussion stream via the StockTwits Financial Network, where more than 3,000 investors follow his commentary and watch is weekly 1-hour show every Sunday night. As such, his keynote will provide tremendous value to investors that are seeing direction in the energy markets during this volatile time.  Please check our schedule to tune into Gregor’s presentation.  The conference is free for investors and does not even require registration unless you plan to interact with companies, presenters and fellow investors.

In addition, Gregor will be in good company amongst our highly acclaimed line up of keynote speakers that will include:

Gregor produces two newsletters: Monthly – a big picture take on global energy and economics and Gregor Weekly – a new global macro and model portfolio service via the StockTwits financial network,

You can follow his free public commentary via his blog, Twitter or StockTwits TV.

See you at the conference!


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