Woz, Isaacson to keynote 2012 AAPL Investor Summit; runs March 15-16th in Los Angeles

Jason Schwarz, Chairman to the 2012 AAPL investor Summit, writes:

As Jim Cramer said, Apple has become its own investment class with its own set of rules. We have assembled an all-star lineup that will present on a variety of relevant topics that will help you to prepare your portfolio for 2012. Apple, along with peripheral investment strategies such as cloud computing, chinese growth and social networking will be discussed in detail.

As a bonus for Apple investors, Steve Wozniak and Walter Isaacson have agreed to attend and pay fitting tribute to Steve Jobs. The 2012 AAPL Investor Summit is a once in a lifetime opportunity to celebrate the brilliance of a man who the history books will view as the visionary of our time. A generational shift in the way society operates is happening before our eyes, thanks in large part to the contributions of Steve Jobs and Apple. Our goal with this Summit is to provide individual investors and Apple enthusiasts with the kind of VIP access that is normally reserved for the hedge fund elite.

We hope that you will find a way to get to sunny L.A. this spring! This is an event you do not want to miss.

Speakers include:

• Jason Schwarz
• Cody Willard
• James Altucher
• Eric Jackson
• Andy Zaky
• Travis Lewis
• Horace Dediu
• Jim Dalrymple
• Jim Goldman
• Robert Paul Leitao
• Blaze Fabry
• Philip Elmer-DeWitt

The 2012 AAPL Investor Summit takes place March 15-16th at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

The cost is $525 with a special $425 discount price for “friends, family & followers” available through November 4, 2011.

More info in the full article here.


    1. I happen to agree with you.

      Bring out Woz to warm up the crowd with some warm stories of Apple’s beginnings and then have Jonny Ive come out and present the future.

      Would be an absolutely awesome show.

      1. Tim Cook is fine I agree. Woz would be good on an introductory basis and yes warm up the crowd. Jony Ive would be a fabulous balancing act for Tim Cook and Walter Isaacson should stay home. Can’t stand this guy. Disingenuous and I am being kind.

        1. In 1990, I was at a rollout ceremony for new Macs at Apple’s Fremont factory. It started with someone driving a forklift onstage, stacked with Mac boxes. The forklift driver was Woz. He was not introduced. The crowd slowly realized who it was, and started applauding. He smiled, then drove offstage.

    2. News of the past month shows that Tim Cook had more important things on his mind than the iPhone when he introduced the iPhone4S.

      Cut him some slack!

      And why isn’t Jim Cramer on this list???

      (Just as well that that buffoon isn’t!)

  1. When I hold my iPhone 4S in my right hand typing this, I’ve got my pinky bent under the near the dock connector. The other three fingers spread out over the back…using a case.

    Point is this…its comfortable to do. I can easily reach the top left corner of the screen. I can type fast accurate and lots of words this way. I can navigate anything and everything in IOS 5 and it’s all in within reach without moving my hand.

    If you have a larger screen, you won’t be able to reach the top left of the screen with your thumb.

    And yes I have large hands.

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