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Subscriber Summit in Toronto this Week to Focus on Top Commodity Stock Strategies for 2017

Tuesday, February 28, 2017 1:26
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For retail investors, finding winning stocks on a consistent basis is a tough job. One thing that helps—dramatically—is direct access to institutional thought leaders and management teams.

Well-known energy sector analyst Keith Schaefer has been committed to giving retail investors real one-on-one face time with these two groups.  By talking directly to management and fund managers, Schaefer has been able to grow his OGIB investment portfolio from $50,000 in 2009 to $3 million today.

The popularity of his publication led him to team up with other well-known publishers to organize events where investors spend a full day meeting companies and hearing the latest from Schaefer and others on where the best and brightest are deploying their assets – in other words, what the smart money is doing.

On Saturday, March 4, Schaefer, along with HRA Advisories editor Eric Coffin and ceo.ca founder Tommy Humphreys, will be hosting Toronto Subscriber Investment Summit 2017, bringing together a carefully chosen group of companies for presentations, questions and one-on-one meetings with investors of all sizes and levels of experience.

“This is an important event, because while most companies are pretty good about communicating with the financial community, the big professional money managers tend to get most of the attention,” says Schaefer.  “The goal of the Subscriber Investment Summit is to put good companies together with investors of all stripes for a full day of interaction.  It is a win-win for everyone.”

The companies are  hand-picked by Schaefer and his partners.

Not surprisingly, there have been plenty of success stories from past Summits.  At the 2016 Summit in Toronto, attended by over 300 investors, presenters included NexGen, Painted Pony, and Lithium X.  These companies went on to register share prices gain over the subsequent 12 months of between 300% and 500%.

“Everyone comes away from the Subscriber Summit with new ideas and new connections,” says Schaefer.  “The idea has always been to organize an event that levels the playing field, and given that attendance grows every year I think we are making good progress in doing that.”

Companies participating in the 2017 Toronto Subscriber Summit come mostly from the oil and gas and mining sectors.  They include Renaissance Oil (TSXV:ROE), Lilus Energy (OTCQB:LLEX) and Pentanova (PMI-TSXv).

A full list of presenting companies is available at http://www.subscribersummit.com/presenting-companies).

Toronto Subscriber Investment Summit 2017 will be held at the Hilton Hotel in downtown Toronto from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  A catered lunch is provided to ensure attendees can spend the entire day focusing on the companies and networking with other investors.

“The Subscriber Investment Summits is retail focused, and given the bullish nature of the markets right now, we think our event this Saturday could be the best one yet.”

Registration for Toronto Subscriber Investment Summit 2017 is free.  Investors wishing to attend can reserve their tickets at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/toronto-subscriber-investment-summit-2017-tickets.

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Source: http://www.proactiveinvestors.com/companies/news/173861/subscriber-summit-in-toronto-this-week-to-focus-on-top-commodity-stock-strategies-for-2017-173861.html

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