The Current World Investment Climate: Challenges and Opportunities for 2005

The Current World Investment Climate: Challenges and Opportunities for 2005


Miami, FL–(HISPANIC PR WIRE – BUSINESS WIRE)–November 11, 2004–The Oxford Club, an investment club with more than 66,000 members worldwide, is hosting its regional conference, “The Current World Investment Climate: Challenges and Opportunities for 2005” in Miami, FL on November 18th at the Hyatt Hotel in Coral Gables.

During the conference, speakers will analyze the impact of the presidential election results from November 2nd on the US economy, the international markets as well as the growth in South Florida. The conference will concentrate on determining which sectors, industries and countries will benefit from the election results and which will suffer. Additional commentary will also be made on the perspectives of the “baby boomer” generation and their pensions.

The conference will also include the effect of the skyrocketing petroleum prices on the economic world, the United States and Miami. Will prices maintain at this level or will they fall? How will they evolve and how critical is it?

Another prominent topic will be the impact of the Chinese miracle. “The Chinese economy is growing very rapidly. Some predict that it will be the biggest in the world by the year 2050. This growth strongly favors the prices of certain combustibles and benefits all the regions of the world,” explained Marquez. The conference will discuss what the United States, Latin America and South Florida can expect from this phenomenon and how to take financial advantage of it.

Furthermore, the speakers will answer questions such as: “The real estate bubble in the US: myth or reality? How does it affect the real estate market in South Florida?”

This bilingual conference will be held in the Hyatt Regency Coral Gables and will be headlined by Club Oxford’s Investment Director Horacio Marquez, former Chief North America Equity Strategist – JP Morgan Chase Carlos Asilis, Director of VIP Trading Services Steve McDonald, Fox Investments’ Robert H. Meier and other fantastic speakers.

The conference headliners will be pinpointing Global Investing Priorities for 2005, identifying long-term Investments – which will continue to produce the most powerful returns and they will offer valuable wealth-building strategies to protect your assets.

Registration for the conference is free, but space is limited. If you would like to register, please use the following link:

If you would like more information or want to reserve your place in the Press Session, please contact Christina Olson ( or Juan Munoz ( They can also be reached at 410-223-2689 or 410-223-2693.



Club Oxford, Miami

Juan Munoz, 410-223-2693

The Current World Investment Climate: Challenges and Opportunities for 2005