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April 2018 City Event Category
Friday, 27th QuantCon 2018, Quantopian's Algorithmic Trading and Quantitative Finance Conference New York City Investment and strategy for quant investors 10%
May 2018 City Event Category
Thursday, 3rd Kase Learning's The Art, Pain and Opportunity of Short Selling New York City Alternative Investment
Monday, 14th Catalyst Cap Intro: Alternative Investing Funds WEST San Francisco Alternative Investment
Wednesday, 16th BAI AIC 2018 Frankfurt Alternative Investment 20%
Thursday, 17th 2nd Real Estate Equity Investment & REITs Shanghai Real Estate
June 2018 City Event Category
Monday, 18th Catalyst Cap Intro: Quant | A.I. Fund Investing New York Alternative Investment
Tuesday, 26th NEXT ETF 2018 Shanghai ETF's 10%
July 2018 City Event Category
Monday, 16th Catalyst Cap Intro: Real Estate Fund Investing New York Alternative Investment
September 2018 City Event Category
Monday, 17th Catalyst Cap Intro: L/S Equity Fund Investing New York Alternative Investment
October 2018 City Event Category
Monday, 15th Catalyst Cap Intro: Credit | Fixed Income Alternative Investing New York Alternative Investment
November 2018 City Event Category
Monday, 5th Catalyst Cap Intro: Emerging Markets | Commodities Alternative Investing New York Agricultural Investment
Monday, 5th Gaining the Edge - 2018 Hedge Fund Investor Leadership Summit New York City Hedge Funds, Alternative Investments
December 2018 City Event Category
Monday, 10th Catalyst Cap Intro: Real Estate Fund Investing New York Alternative Investment

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