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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION of INDIVIDUAL INVESTORS PHOENIX CHAPTER

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The Phoenix Chapter welcomes both our full time and winter residents to informative and varied financial presentations.

MEETINGS ARE HELD MONTHLY ON A SATURDAY (9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) FROM OCTOBER TO APRIL.

We hope you will attend our Chapter and Special Interest Group (SIG) meetings. The Phoenix Chapter is an all-volunteer non-profit educational group. Fees are charged to cover expenses only and are unchanged for this season (the 17th year that we have held costs at this level).

The meeting location for the winter season is:

The Jewish Community Center,
12701 North Scottsdale Road,
Scottsdale, AZ 85254

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LATEST NEWS

  Registration for the 2017/18 Season is now open. See registration information and schedule below.

Last Chance for a SEASON PASS! Passes help you and the Registrar. One Registration is all you need for the whole season, day passes will await you automatically at each  meeting. Save $12 if you attend all six remaining meetings.
Chapter Meeting Fees

Please register in advance by mail for best ticket prices. Season Passes (6 meetings) are $42 per person for AAII Members and family. Guest Season passes are $54 per person. Advance day passes are $9 per person for members and family or $11 for guests.  All advance checks, made out to 'AAII', must arrive by the Wednesday prior to the meeting. After that, if space is available, on-site registration is $15 per person for all. Mail checks to the Registrar. We do not accept cards. Cancellations, by e-mail or phone, will be accepted up to the Wednesday prior to the meeting. No refunds for season passes.

2017/18 SEASON SCHEDULE

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November 4th  
Russ Wiles, Financial Columnist
Arizona Republic
Becoming a better investor and money steward in an age of financial complexity, financial illiteracy and fake news
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December 9th     
Ron Kaliebe, Senior Vice President and Director of Fixed Income
Mairs and Power Funds
Why Regional Investing & A Balanced Approach Can Work In Your Retirement
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January 13th
Ken Beckrich, Founder and President
On-Line Trading Academy
Trading without Fundamentals or Indicators
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February 3rd
Lori Schock. Director of Office of Investor Education and Advocacy
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Regulatory Update from the SEC
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March 3rd
Dr. Alan Ellman, President
Blue Collar Investor Corp.
5 Techniques to Generate Cash Flow and Buy Stock at a Discount
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April 7th
Ed Barsano, CEO/Founder
CoolTrade, Inc.
Robotic Stock Trading: So Simple, Yet, So Powerful



2017/18 PAST MEETINGS
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October 14th       
Louis A. Silverman
Certified Specialist in Estate and Trust Law
Recent Changes in Federal Tax Law that Impacts Estate Planning
Attendance:  80

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CHAPTER MISSION STATEMENT

AAII local chapters, grassroots organizations led by volunteer AAII members, allow AAII to extend its mission "person to person" to individual investors in their own communities by programming meetings that provide unbiased investment education in a social context.


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