Investorideas.com - Agora Financial "A Tale of Two Americas" Conference Gives Investors a Radical and Brilliant Insight into Investing
Agora Financial “A Tale of Two Americas “ Conference Gives Investors a Radical and Brilliant Insight into Investing
New York, NY- Point Roberts WA–July 26, 2013 – (www.investorideas.com newswire,) Investorideas.com, an investor research portal featuring global investing ideas for independent investors issues a special feature on the Agora Financial Investment Symposium held this week in Vancouver at the Fairmont Vancouver, closing up today at 4:00. For investors looking for unique opportunities in both private companies and publicly traded companies, this event entitled, A Tale of Two Americas- Seeking Opportunity at the Crossroads of Great Energy Revolution, Radical New Technologies and the Crushing Debt Crisis, does just that.
For investors tired of mainstream investment commentary from CNBC and Yahoo Finance, this conference featured exhibitors and speakers that are introducing ideas, services and technologies that are new, groundbreaking and sometimes controversial.
In terms of technology and ideas that most investors are not aware of, Chris Anderson, former editor of Wired, shared a vision of his company, 3D Robotics. In his presentation, The New Industrial Revolution, he talks about changing the face of manufacturing forever if 3d Printing is adopted into mainstream. 3D printing may be possible to change the way inventors and entrepreneurs bring new products to market in a very short time and in a cost effective manner. It truly takes the mantra of if you can think it you can create it to a whole new level.
Another example was a newly listed TSX agriculture stock, the first of its kind in the sector, Input Capital Corp (TSX: INP.V). Input is the world's first agriculture commodity streaming company. Using its innovative, proprietary agriculture streaming process, Input makes an upfront payment to the owner/operators of grain and oilseed farms in Western Canada in exchange for the purchase of a portion of their future production at a fixed price per tonne for the life of the streaming contract. This long-term working capital enables farmers to unlock the yield potential of their crops by optimizing their inputs and precision farming practices. Input currently has a focus on canola in Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba. The company follows the model set in the mining industry by companies like Silver Wheaton, the largest precious metal streaming company in the world.
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