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Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Benjamin Graham's Lost Chapter

Benjamin Graham's Lost Chapter

Benjamin Graham’s Lost Chapter. In the 1962 edition of Security Analysis Graham wrote a chapter titled, "Newer Methods for Valuing Growth Stocks". As the title implies, this chapter was a detailed instruction on how to value growth stocks. Interestingly, in subsequent editions of Security Analysis this chapter was removed and has never been reprinted. Of course, there are two ironies: 1) Geico was a growth stock and Graham's biggest winner, and 2) Graham is famous for his net-net style of investing, which by today’s standards, is completely opposite of a “growth stock”. Was Graham’s investment philosophy changing? How would Graham view growth investing today? 
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Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Water Utilities Industry Conference

Water Utilities Industry Conference

Publicly-traded water utilities companies have long been favored as steady, long-term investments. The future continues to look bright for these stocks given the world’s ever-growing need for clean and safe water. Water utility stocks provide excellent income diversification and long-term growth. Attend this popular investment conference to learn firsthand where some of the best investment opportunities are in the water industry today. You’ll hear an outlook for the sector and see presentations from each company’s senior management.
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Monday, December 5, 2016
NYSSA Welcomes 200+ New CFA Charterholders at Congratulatory Reception

NYSSA Welcomes 200+ New CFA Charterholders at Congratulatory Reception

On Thursday, December 1, NYSSA welcomed more than 200+ new CFA charterholders with a catered reception, and words of congratulations and encouragement from NYSSA leadership.
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Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Second Annual Sovereign Wealth Fund Conference

Second Annual Sovereign Wealth Fund Conference

Sovereign Wealth Fund delegates to discuss their long-term capital management philosophy, asset allocation approach and outlook for global markets. ‎Since the early 2000s, the asset pool of Sovereign Wealth Funds has grown exponentially at around 20% CAGR as the number of funds established expanded to keep up with the commodities-led balance of payment surpluses. In recent months of extended commodity slump, some of these Sovereign Wealth Funds have held steady whereas others have tapped into accumulated capital as mandated by their investment objectives. 
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Thursday, November 17, 2016
Investing in Israel

Investing in Israel

Israel’s startup scene continues to be one of most lively in the world and to attract investor capital from the United States and other countries. This event will provide an outlook on the investment scene in Israel, with a focus on venture capital investments. What is the outlook for Israel’s overall economic landscape and how is it going to affect investment opportunities? Where are the flows of investments into Israel and how has the approach of U.S. investors changed over time? How has the startup scene evolved, what are the new trends and the industry sectors that are attracting capital and developing new ideas? What is the role of the government and the universities in supporting the startup scene and how has it evolved? What have been the most effective exit strategies and what is the role that has been played by public markets in business growth and value generation for investors?
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