David Kotok and Camp Kotok Photos

Camp Kotok

Each year, prominent economists, wealth managers, traders, heads of research, pundits, financial luminaries and a few journalists meet for events know as “Camp Kotok.” The oldest and original event continues to be held in a remote part of Maine and like the others, offers a unique opportunity to network and converse under Chatham House Rules, granting attendees the freedom to discuss any topic under anonymity.

Each year, the main Camp Kotok event is held at Leen’s Lodge in Maine. It consists of a long weekend in the summer of fishing, hunting, and vigorous debate running the gamut from market valuations and the rise of exchange-traded funds to Federal Reserve policy and health care.

Read Sharon Prizant‘s special commentary about Camp Kotok for her well written overview.

Follow this link to read recent press and reviews about Camp Kotok. Many members of the media and other CK “campers” have produced articles and posts that detail the many issues discussed at the event.

Please visit our gallery of photos online and contribute if you went to Camp Kotok. Below are a subset of photos and a video by the Wall Street Journal. Enjoy!



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