Drilling Down on Technical Analysis and Strategy Development

The MoneyShow has asked commodity broker, Carley Garner, to be a keynote speaker at the opening ceremony in Las Vegas. Garner will also be presenting a MoneyMasters class with Carolyn Boroden, a fellow Las Vegan and Mad Money on CNBC contributor. Both Boroden and Garner are joining an extensive lineup of industry veterans including, but not limited to, John Bollinger, Steve Forbes, Jonathan Hoenig, Jeffrey Hirsch, Jon Najarian, and more. 


The multi-day event is intended to provide traders and investors of all sizes, skill levels, and interests, a unique learning experience. There will be dozens of educational classes an exhibit hall, and plenty of opportunities to ask questions. 

Carley's tentative speaking schedule is as follows:

Sunday, September 12th, 2021 9:05 am to 9:20 am - Keynote Presentation: Are we on the Eve of Another Commodity Super-Cycle?

Tuesday, September 14th, 2021 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm - Money Masters: Drilling Down on Technical Analysis and Strategy Development with Carley Garner and Carolyn Boroden. 

Click here to register for a FREE pass (the MoneyMasters series classes require paid admission). 

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