AAII Silicon Valley Chapter Presents: Getting Better at Selling
Investors don't realize a profit until a position is sold. Numerous forces conspire to inhibit selling for profits. Some are in the external world, and many are in our heads. This presentation will present a checklist identifying enemies to guard against and will provide specific suggestions for selling advantageously. The speaker will also point out a number of publicly available signals showing when markets are at unsustainable highs -- great times to sell. Become better equipped to deal with selling a stock or ETF, the important and often-neglected second side of every investment position, by attending this September chapter event.
Attend This Meeting to Learn:
Why selling is so hard, and what to do about it
Specific indicators and rules to improve selling performance
Ask specific questions of the speaker/author
Reasons to Attend:
- Learn signals showing when markets are at unsustainable highs
Become better equipped to deal with selling a stock or ETF
Understanding the second side of every investment position
Don Cassidy has delivered over 200 presentations for AAII chapters, SIG groups, and national conventions. He is the author of five books for individual investors, including It's When you Sell That Counts! and Trading on Volume. Trained in securities analysis at the Wharton School, and having worked as a brokerage firm's analyst, he has become increasingly focused on behavioral finance as a means of understanding markets and people's behavior. He is program chair of the AAII Denver chapter and a member of the CFA Society of Colorado, and is guest lecturer in investing at several Colorado universities. He is also on the faculty for InvestEd and the speakers bureau for the CFA Institute.
When & Where
AAII Silicon Valley Chapter
The AAII Silicon Valley Chapter is affiliated with the American Association of Individual Investors (AAII), a nonprofit corporation founded in 1978 for the purpose of assisting individuals in becoming effective managers of their own assets through programs of education, information and research.
AAII local chapters are grassroots organizations led by volunteer AAII members, and allow AAII to extend its mission "person to person" to individual investors in their own communities by offering meetings that provide unbiased investment education in a social context.