RETAIL TOP 10 in 2010: PREDICTABLE UNPREDICTABLES CALL

Please join us as we launch our Black Book:

Top 10 Retail Predictable Unpredictables in 2010

  

Conference call FRIDAY January 8, 2010 -- 11 AM EST 

 

 

Simply put, these are 10 ideas that we assess at better than 60% chance of happening, but today's Wizards of Wall Street either:  

A) do not acknowledge that such ideas exist, OR

B) see them as so unlikely, they do not bake them into their investment process.  

 
Some of our deeper conclusions will come from the following topics...

 

1.       M&A Targets
2.       Looming Business Failures
3.       Unionization
4.       The Retail Private Equity Pipeline
5.       dot.com
6.       Asia's Role in Sourcing
7.       Inventory Cycles and Capacity Utilization

8.       Asia Free Trade Agreement Impact

9.       Consumer Retrenchment

10.     Commercial Real Estate’s Next Leg

 
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