NJCCPS Seminar - 05/15/2011

posted Feb 19, 2012, 6:34 PM by NJCCPS Admin

As 2011 begins, the predominant sound on Wall Street seems to be the roaring of the bulls. Among the bulls, the economists see the upcoming year of 2011 will be the “Year of the USA”. It believes that as America’s recovery gathers steam—finally beginning to bring down unemployment—shares will have a very good year and the United States can expect substantial acceleration in real GDP growth.

Will this American dream come true?
Will their optimism be justified?
Will the market be a good bet in the coming year?

While the United States and the European Union are expecting to grow in the wake of the worst economic crisis in decades, after three decades of spectacular expending, China passed Japan become the world’s second-largest economy .

Will China continue to climb up by a remarkable three-decade streak of double-digit growth?
Is China's long predicted real estate bubble near the bursting point?
Will China inflation problem continue boil over?

Given the struggling unemployment rate and difficult economic rebalancing acts, how to find a safe place to grow the money?
How to protect the assets and weather the financial storms?

Bring your questions, ask the economic professionals, listen to the Wall Street gurus, you and your friends are invited to join our NJCCPS seminar which will be held on May 15th, 2011.

Agenda

Date/Time: 1PM – 5 PM, Sunday May 15, 2011
Location: Embassy Suites Hotel Piscataway at Somerset
121 Centennial Avenue
Piscataway, NJ 08854

Phone: (732) 980-0500
Contact: Bill Zhu
Registration & Fee: Free admission
Scroll to the bottom of the page for event registration

Direction: Map

1:00 - 1:30PM Registration and Networking

1:30 - 1:35PM Opening Remarks (Disclaimer)

1:35 - 2:00PM China’s economic overview including housing market, interest rate, inflations challenge and etc.
Speaker: Mr. Peide Sheng, Deputy Editor of IT Times, China

2:00 - 2:30PM How to retire rich?
Speaker: Mr. Howard Wang, Financial Adviser

2:30 - 2:40PM Break

2:40 - 3:10PM NJCCPS Election for 2011
Mr. Bill Zhu, President of NJCCPS

3:10 - 4:10PM America’s economic outlook including markets predicts, unemployment forecasts and housing market and etc.
Mr. Shanquan Li, VP & portfolio manager of Oppenheimer Fund

4:10 - 5:00PM Speakers’ panel

Speakers' BIOs

Mr. Peide Sheng


盛培德,浙江温州人,毕业于北京师范大学历史系,西北大学经济学院,经济学硕士 ,资深媒体人,从事新闻工作30多年。曾在吉林日报,新华日报,扬子晚报,亚太经济时报工作,先后任编委、副总编辑、总编辑。曾任广东省社会科学院研究 员、经济学教授,硕士生导师,主攻网络经济,出版有《世界网络风云透视》,《网络神话》等专著8部。2002年加盟《IT时代周刊》,任常务副总编辑至 今。

Mr. Howard Wang


After graduated from Cornell University with dual master degree in Economics and MBA, Howard has been working in financial industry for more than 10 years and has been involved in investment since 1991. Started from 2001, Howard and colleagues have been sponsoring NJCCPS salon programs and offering financial advice to NJCCPS members. He has never let down any opportunity to serve NJCCPS better, and lots of members had benefited from his services and investment advices. If you are looking for a trustworthy financial advisor, he is definitely one of the most experienced in Chinese community to help you identify and reach your financial goals.

Mr. Shanquan Li


Shanquan Li is a Vice President and Portfolio Manager responsible for the Oppenheimer Gold & Special Minerals Fund. His responsibilities include building quantitative investment management systems and creating proprietary equity models.
Prior to joining OppenheimerFunds in 1995 as a Senior Equity Analyst, Mr. Li was a Senior Quantitative Analyst in the Investment Management Policy Group of Brown Brothers Harriman, where he built stock screening and valuation models, formulated quantitative strategies and participated in the management of a quantitative small-cap fund. Prior to that, Mr. Li was a consultant for Acadian Asset Management, Inc. Before joining the investment business, Mr. Li was Associate Director and Senior Researcher for the Development Research Center of the State Council, a think tank for the central government of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
Mr. Li completed all requirements except a dissertation for a Ph.D. in Economics from Boston University and holds an M.A. in International Finance and Economics from Brandeis University and a B.A. in Statistics and Management Planning from the People's University of China, Beijing, PRC.
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