Lake Tahoe, NV (PressExposure) March 26, 2009 -- Paul Jeffreys, an online trader, hedge fund manager and financial consultant announced today that the Wealth Masters International (WMI) M2 Wealth Conference has kicked off and is under way at Harvey's Lake Tahoe hotel. The conference, which started on Sunday, March 22, will run through the March 25, when it will conclude with a gala awards banquet. According to Jeffreys the turnout is strong, driven by consultants seeking cutting edge strategies for dealing with the recession. "Everybody is excited," Jeffreys said. "We understand that a recession presents unique and lucrative opportunities for wealth creation. That's really what this M2 conference is all about."
The conference features two days of presentations plus a third day that combines a morning of seminars with afternoon breakout sessions. Keynote speakers will present the program itself and then participate in the breakout sessions. The M2Wealth Conference provides the information, expertise, and tools needed to grow money just like the most affluent do. The truly wealthy know how to grow their net worth and literally make money in their sleep. The Wealth Conference helps attendees to understand exactly how they do it. During this luxurious program, participants learn that it's not just how much you earn, but what you learn that creates lasting wealth.
Jeffreys says that the M2 is part of the progression for a WMI consultant. "We start with a solid financial education and related tools to help an individual build a solid foundation for wealth," he said. "The M2 is the next critical step where the consultant learns how to grow wealth, both personally and for others as well."
The M2 Wealth Conference features both Alliance members from the M1 Masters Program and exclusive access to world renowned experts from a variety of important fields. These experts have been chosen for their proven results-oriented track records, and cutting edge strategies in such fields as world economics, politics, business, and alternative health. The group includes authorities in their respective fields, CEO's and renowned speakers.
Although the M2 is a member's only event, Jeffreys suggests that anyone concerned about the recession should get as much financial education as possible. "Knowledge is power," he said, "especially when it comes to managing one's money."