If you are in the area Friday evening, November 9, please join me at the 41 annual Chicago-Area Resources Expo.

The Fall 2018 Chicago Resource Expo will be held on Friday, November 9th at the Schaumburg Marriott Hotel and also on Saturday morning, November 10th. The one and a half day show, beginning at noon on Friday, is filled with company presentations, Q & A panel discussions, and plenty of time to get to know each exhibitor. The Expo also includes an evening canape buffet.     

The very popular Expert Q & A Panel Discussion will start at 7pm. The Panel features Dr. Lee Warren, Chris Temple, Dana Lyons, Ambassador Thomas Graham and Mike "Mish" Shedlock.

The Expo features publicly traded companies with businesses focused on a large range of natural resources and new technologies, including rare earth elements and medicinal cannabis. Admission to the event is free of charge to all active investors, providing an excellent opportunity to interact directly with the management of all exhibiting companies.


Schedule and Registration

Registration is free. There is also a free canape buffet at 6 pm. Here is the schedule and hotel Information.

When making reservations for Friday night, mention you are with the Global Resource Expos event.

If you have a question for me or any of the other panel members this is a good time to get them in. I will be staying at the Hotel Friday evening so there will be plenty of time to discuss whatever is on your mind.

Mike "Mish" Shedlock

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