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This is your chance to interact face-to-face with today's business leaders and MoneyShow investment experts at MoneyShow University San Francisco 2016. This one day event is centered around giving students a leg-up on the competition, come graduation. Through the MoneyShow approach, students will learn proven investment strategies, healthy money habits, and potential income ideas that will give them the edge they need to excel in life.

MoneyShow 35th Anniversary

The 35th annual MoneyShow San Francisco brings together the most forward-thinking minds in finance and technology. This year, we are focused on exploring successful strategies, disruptive technologies, and next-level thinking that’s relevant to individual investors and young entrepreneurs just like you.

Peter Thiel

PayPal cofounder and early Facebook investor Peter Thiel sold most of his 10% stake in the social networking giant following its 2012 IPO, though he still sits on the board. His largest holding is in Palantir, the CIA-backed big data company he cofounded and chairs. Other investments like peer-to-peer renter Airbnb and online payment outfit Stripe look to be paying off so far as those company's valuations balloon to $25.5 billion and $5 billion, respectively

Tyler & Cameron Winklevoss

Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, the twin brothers best known for suing Mark Zuckerberg over the founding of Facebook...........

Sally French

Sally French is MarketWatch's social media editor, based in San Francisco. She writes about and speaks on digital, social, mobile and emerging media, and is the creator of TheDroneGirl.com. For her coverage of drones, Sally was named one of Fortune Magazine's Most Influential Women in Drones.

Benefits

• Networking with tech billionaires and investment experts that want to influence young minds

•Complementary lunch

•Compete against your peers in the MoneyShow Market challenge

And much more

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