Tom Konrad CFA
On August 19th, I’ll be moderating a panel Sustainable Investing for Solid Returns at the MoneyShow in San Francisco. Registration is free, so if you are in San Francisco I encourage you to attend, and not just my panel. If you do attend my panel, be sure to stick around and say “hi” afterward, or look for me at one of the other many panels that weekend having to do with clean energy. Here are the ones I expect to attend:
|Thurs., Aug. 19||10:10 am-10:45 am||Greening Your Portfolio: New Opportunities for the Savvy Investor||Susan Preston|
|1:30 pm – 3:10 pm||Sustainable Investing for Solid Returns||My panel|
|Thurs., Aug. 19, 3:20 pm-4:05 pm||Who Is Driving the CTIUS: Accelerator or Brakes?||Jackie Ann Patterson|
|Fri., Aug. 20||10:40 am – 11:25 am||Cleantech Investing: A Global Perspective||Paul Dravis|
|2:10 pm – 2:55 pm||The Right Tech Companies That Fix the World’s Biggest Threats While Actually Paying Their Investors||Neil George|
|6:00 pm-6:45 pm||How to Profit from Global Greentech||Nancy Zambell|
|How to Trade Greentech Stocks||Jeff Cianci|
|August 21, 2010||8:00 am-8:45 am||GreenTech OpportunitiesHow to Profit from Innovations in Green Technology||Peter Cox
Most trade shows I go to are for Renewable Energy and Cleantech shows, as opposed to investing shows, it will be interesting to hear and chat with these experts who mostly approach Clean energy from an investing perspective.
When I began writing about investing in Clean Energy in 2006, there simply weren’t many other analysts who “got it.” Over the last two to three years, that has changed, and it’s very stimulating to interact with bright minds bent on fixing the world’s problems while growing our portfolios at the same time.
So I hope you’ll join me at The MoneyShow San Francisco. When I attended the 2003 MoneyShow San Francisco, I found much to interest me, even though no one was talking about Clean Energy. There’s a lot going on in other tracks as well, so check out the complete Show details, learn how to attend, and register FREE online, or call 800/970-4355 and mention priority code 019042.