In looking through the program for the NYC Expo, there are some topics I'd like to see covered in some sort of seminar or presentation which I can't seem to find on the program. As many will know from prior shows, the program is not fixed in stone. Sessions can be added and/or dropped, even at the last minute. So, what do people think about suggesting topics they want at the show which they don't yet see? Perhaps this might be seen by some exhibitors who might pick up the ball and run with it. For instance, in Feb. 2003, Alexander Elder gave a free seminar in additon to his paid session. He suggested looking at overseas markets, partly due to the weakening dollar, and his advice now seems spot on. Unfortunately, I was apalled by the few hecklers trying to hijack the discussion back to US domestic markets. I hope that hasn't scared him off from repeating the free seminar at the upcoming show. That's one scary thing about the free sessions, any idiot can walk in off the street and interfere with the agenda. After Larry McMillan gave a presentation on options volatility analysis, some groupie (stalker?) who seemed like he had forgotten his psych meds kept coming up with excuses to prolong the conversation in a rather off-topic manner. I guess that was cheaper than paying for therapy. Maybe a more senior member of the forum might even construct a poll of additional topics desired at the show? P.S. Moderator, If this thread is misplaced, feel free to relocate as apropriate.