Mak­ing Money while hav­ing fun

Forbes - - Fact & Comment -

No need to suf­fer the win­ter­time blues! In­stead, broaden your hori­zons and en­rich your port­fo­lio by join­ing us Jan­uary 24 to Feb­ru­ary 3, 2019, for a fan­tas­tic Forbes Cruise for In­vestors from Rio de Janeiro to Buenos Aires. The voy­age com­bines ex­hil­a­rat­ing shore ex­cur­sions with scin­til­lat­ing in­vest­ment sem­i­nars at sea, given by our team of re­mark­able stock mar­ket mavens and fixed-in­come ex­perts.

Among the high­lights: You’ll get mon­ey­mak­ing ad­vice on div­i­dends and value eq­ui­ties from John Buck­ing­ham, who’s been dubbed by Fox Busi­ness News as “The Buf­fett Beater”; the leg­endary Mark Mills will give in­ci­sive in­sights on how to prof­itably nav­i­gate emerg­ing en­ergy and com­puter tech­nolo­gies; you will learn from Jon Mark­man about the seven com­pa­nies whose shares have the most to gain from stun­ning de­vel­op­ments in ro­bot­ics, self-driv­ing cars, ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence and the cloud; John Mousseau will an­swer crit­i­cal ques­tions con­cern­ing the im­pact the tax bill will have on mu­nic­i­pal bonds and other fixed-in­come se­cu­ri­ties; Ric Gre­go­ria will share not-to-be­missed tax ap­proaches to wills, trusts and es­tates (es­pe­cially es­tate busi­ness plan­ning and suc­ces­sion); ever in­sight­ful in­vest­ment strate­gist Sam Sto­vall will show you how to han­dle the no­to­ri­ous “Repub­li­can curse,” which is that ev­ery GOP pres­i­dent since Teddy Roo­sevelt has been hit with a re­ces­sion dur­ing his first term; and you’ll hear from Ned Davis, whose re­search and pro­pri­etary ap­proaches to eval­u­at­ing var­i­ous met­rics have made him a much-soughtafter ad­vi­sor to as­set and wealth man­agers.

You will be hosted by Forbes’ es­teemed ed­i­tor-at-large and global fu­tur­ist, Rich Karl­gaard.

You have noth­ing to lose ex­cept an ex­cit­ing cul­tural and fi­nan­cial op­por­tu­nity!

To re­serve your place, go on­line to cruises.mon­eyshow.com/the-31st-forbe­scruise-for-in­vestors or call 1-800-5300770.

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