The coronavirus continues to have a drastic effect on consumer wellness, as it affected well over 290,000 individuals across the globe, taking with it roughly 4% of lives. If you think this is the biggest possible hit, the hit taken by the stock market is just as bad.
Are you concerned about your investments? Do you think we’ve hit rock bottom? Want to know the right time to reinvest? All raging questions are expected to be answered during Whitney Tilson’s “The Empire Crisis Summit”. Here’s what there is to know:
What is the Empire Crisis Summit?
The Empire Crisis Summit has been put together to help support investors in the current situation brought to us by the coronavirus pandemic. In particular, Whitney Tilson is expected to make his biggest market prediction regarding the future of stocks and will provide advises on how to make one’s money grow. This presentation will not only include Tilson’s perspectives on the market, but also that of his colleague’s, Enrique Abeyta.
Who are Whitney Tilson and Enrique Abeyta legitimate?
Here is a quick summary of who Whitney Tilson and Enrique Abeyta are in the industry.
Let’s start with Whitney Tilson. Founder and CEO of Empire Financial Research, Tilson graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Government from Harvard University back in 1989. After graduating, he aided in the launch of Teach for American and served as a consultant at the Boston Consulting Group. He later earned his MBA from Harvard Business School and was named a Baker Scholar.
He is a co-author of two books including the Art of Value Investing: How the World’s Best Investors Beat the Market and More Mortgage Meltdown: 6 Ways to Profit in These Bad Times. He also has written for Forbes, the Financial Times, the Motley Fool and other platforms. According to Stock Gumshoe , Tilson’s suggested investments have performed fairly well in the past (4/5 stars).
Editor of Empire Elite Trader, Abeyta supposedly graduated from the Wharton School of Business and College at the University of Pennsylvania. After graduation, he spent over 20 years on Wall Street and eventually founded and served as managing partner of two long/short hedge funds. He has taken on several roles, some of which include portfolio manager, overseeing a six-team group, founder, etc. During his time on Wall Street, he managed to raise over $2 billion in assets.
When will the Empire Crisis Summit take place?
The Empire Crisis Summit has been scheduled to take place on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 8PM Eastern Time. For those living in locations with different time zones 8PM Eastern is equivalent to 6PM Mountain Time, 7PM Central Time and 5PM Pacific Time.
Where will the Empire Crisis Summit take place?
The Empire Crisis Summit will be held online, however, investors will need to sign up to reserve a spot.
How do I join the Empire Crisis Summit?
It looks like investors should have already joined the Empire Crisis Summit, as the first suggested step has been to keep an eye on one’s inbox regarding the event. That said, for those who haven’t joined yet, a free VIP reminder service is in place. To become a VIP member, one must sign up by entering their respective mobile number here.
Overall, this is an event worth attending, as investors around the world, who are currently all in the same boat, will have some direction as to what to do with their money and investments. If not direction, at least a sense of what measures others are planning to take to ensure their money still has the potential to grow in hard times.