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Here are the top 5 reasons for investors to choose shipping container investing as an investment alternative, to traditional investment opportunities.
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Shipping containers as an alternative investment.
5th Analyst & Investor Capital Link Shipping Forum A Posidonia Conference Program Event Mondey June 6, 2016, Athens, Greece Business & Investment Opportunities Across Shipping Sectors - Panel Discussion Moderator: Mrs. Sofia Kalomenides, Partner, Central & Southeast Europe Accounts, Business Development Leader & Capital Markets Leader, EY Panelists: Dr. John Coustas, CEO, Danaos Corporation Mr. Evangelos Marinakis, Chairman, Capital Maritime & Trading Corp. Mr. George Economou, Chairman, President & CEO, DryShips Inc. Mr. George Procopiou, Chairman, Dynagas LNG Partners LP Mr. Athanasios Martinos, Managing Director, Eastern Mediterranean Maritime Limited (EASTMED) Dr. Nikolas Tsakos, President & CEO, Tsakos Energy Navigation; Chairman, Intertanko www.maritimes.gr
Subscribe to this channel: http://www.youtube.com/OpalesqueTV Capital scarcity, brought on by the slow down in global trade following the financial crisis, has created attractive investment opportunities in the shipping industry, says global consultant Mercer in a recent paper 'Investment Case: Shipping'. In this new Opalesque BACKSTAGE video, Tim Coffin from London-based M2M Management Limited, an alternative investment fund advisor specialising in the shipping sector, illustrates this investment case and explains the ins and outs of the shipping market: 1. How do the freight and shipping markets work? 2. What is the infrastructure, what vehicles are available? How to invest in shipping? 3. The Baltic Dry (Freight) Index crashed 94% in 2008: Why? What happened in the freight market ...
Pacific Tycoon, the leaders in shipping container investing, facilitates around 90% of world trade by leasing shipping containers. China has the fastest growing economy. Why does this matter to you? Check out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtCEBiOQ6Es
China has issued further guidance to support and modernize its shipping industry, saying it would encourage mergers and private investment as well as develop its cruise industry. The world's biggest trading nation is focusing on the shipping industry as it grows more assertive over territorial disputes in the South China Sea, unnerving neighbors such as Vietnam and Japan, and looks to secure its supply chains. It comes as the global shipping industry has been struggling to recover from a prolonged slump brought on by a glut of ships ordered before the global financial crisis of 2008/09. It first published a set of guidelines in September to support and develop its shipping industry. http://us.rd.yahoo.com/finance/news/rss/story/SIG=14sirfofe/*http%3A//us.rd.yahoo.com/finance/news/topfinst...