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Latest Shipping Trends & Picks

Mar. 24, 2021 11:55 AM ET5 Comments
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  • I will be presenting at the MoneyShow Virtual Expo on 8 April at 2pm EST.
  • The webinar will cover the latest trends in the shipping industry to include surging containership rates and improving dry bulk fundamentals.
  • I will also review the 'tanker trade' after one-year.
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Sign up for the free webinar via this link.

The MoneyShow Virtual Expo is available for free for anyone who is interested in my shipping industry webinar. I recommend the content both for newcomers to the sector as well as for industry veterans who want to review that least rates and dynamics. 

The event is completely free, but there might be a technology-related capacity cap for the event, so if you're considering attending, please sign up for free via this link, and you'll save your place and receive an email reminder when the event is about to begin. 


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