World-Renowned Dealmaker JP Maroney to Keynote “Hush Hush” Conference, Teaching Investment Tactics of the Ultrawealthy JP Maroney, American entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist, will keynote the Hush Hush Secrets of the Ultrawealthy investment conference April 9-13 in Las Vegas.
The conference offers a variety of speakers, roundtables and collaborative training detailing how the average investor can use the tactics of the Ultrawealthy to increase their investment returns.
Maroney is the founder and CEO of boutique investment fund Harbor City Capital Management, which since its 2013 opening has produced an ROI greater than 30 % on average. Maroney will speak on the Harbor City Fund, and how it makes money by providing sales leads to client companies.
Those leads are generated using Harbor City’s proprietary online advertising model, at at a cost lower than what the clients pay HCC.
Maroney has more than 25 years of starting, building, buying and selling companies in publishing, media, advertising, software, ecommerce, textiles, training, real estate and consulting.
The premier informational and wealth-building forum, the Hush Hush conference will teach business owners, investors & entrepreneurs how to:
Conference sessions include “Double and Triple Digit Returns in a Single Digit Economy,” “How to Make Profits in Any Market”, and one-on-one collaborations with billionaires’ investment experts. More than 3,000 individuals have attended and benefited from previous Hush events.
Hush is a national conglomerate that includes legal, tax, financial, and business consulting professionals who share their secrets of working with the ultra wealthy to help improve individuals’ investment strategies. Hush and its associates have spoken before some of the largest real estate, investment, and wealth building organizations in the world, and continue to be advisors to many of those organizations members.
The conference venue is the 4½ star M Resort Spa and Casino, the newest casino property in Vegas. Some proceeds from the conference will benefit charity.