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Speaking Tour For Solicitors, Accountants, & Trust

Media Release From Charles Drace Investment Consultancy
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Charles Drace, CFP, has embarked on a speaking tour of New Zealand to share the latest research on the changing economic cycles, the recession, the sharemarkets, and the effects these changes will have on ordinary New Zealanders and international and local businesses.

The generally accepted investment principles that served us well in the rising markets of 1982 to 2000 are proving to be the cause of dramatic losses in current investment portfolios. That's not surprising when you consider that the economic environment for the next 10-20 years will, in many ways, be the exact opposite of that on which current principles are based.

The speaking tour will address:

* How to protect and increase investment portfolios * Understanding the boom and bust cycles and a snapshot view of where we are in the cycle now * The bad decisions made in cycles of exuberance (the 1990's for instance) and how those decisions will impact on all New Zealanders * The importance of long-term historical perspectives; the danger of short-term models * Investment portfolio models, past and future * Why your investments are losing money and what you can, in fact must, do about it * Understanding the importance of socionomics * Why the losses you experienced last year will continue for another 10-14 years. * How to survive the coming world-wide recession

* Investment markets historically go up for an average of 16 years, then go down for an average of 16 years. They went up for 18 years, from 1982-2000, then started back down.

Our guest presenter will be Charles Drace, CFP. A writer, Certified Financial Planner and frequent lecturer on investing themes, Charles has gained the distinction of accurately predicting the current fall in the residential property market (over $8 billion in residential property values have been lost to New Zealanders since his seminal book on the subject was published) AND the fall in the American and international sharemarkets (approx. US$10 trillion has been lost since Charles first started warning the public about the current sharemarket problems). Charles was Runner-up, New Zealand Financial Planner of the Year and is listed in 'Who's Who in the World' for his services to the investment community.

For more information contact: Ruth Sharr, Manager Satori.cc - seminars and publishing See page two for schedule....... PO Box 2850, Christchurch 8015 Tel: 03-365-6607 Fax: 03-364-9132 Email: enquires@satori.cc Seminar Schedule - Solicitors, Accountants and Trustees Speaking Tour

Auckland Thursday 22 November Copthorne Hotel, Anzac Ave. Wellington Wednesday 28 November Copthorne Hotel, Plimmer Towers. Dunedin Thursday 29 November Pacific Park Hotel, Wallace St.

All sessions: 2:30 to 5:00 pm, $180 per person

Seminar schedule for public presentations - a less technical version of the above.

same hotels, same dates, only the public seminars are in the evenings from 7:30 to 9:00 pm, $100 per person.

These seminars are educational; no investment products will be discussed. They are designed to warn as many people as possible about the personal and business harm they will suffer if they don't recognise what's happening in the investment and economic world and how it will affect them. -- Have you read our most recent report? http://www.satori.cc/free-crashreport.html

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