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The spring Investor Education Workshop presented by the KC Chapter of BetterInvesting will be held at the KU Edwards Campus in Overland Park on April 20 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Douglas Gerlach, President of ICLUBcentral Inc., will present the Workshop. ICLUBcentral produces programs for fundamental stock analysis and screening, including Toolkit 6, Stock Analyst, Stock Investment Guide, Stock Prospector and Take Stock. Gerlach is the author of six financial books, writes for BetterInvesting Magazine, and has presented at conferences in more than 80 cities across the U.S. He is a frequent guest on radio and television programs and holds his own monthly online support session for users of Toolkit 6. He is Editor-in-Chief of ICLUBcentral's three investing newsletters: the long term market-beating Investor Advisory Service, the Mutual Fund Informer and the Small Cap Informer.
Gerlach will address these topics during the Workshop:
Screening for Winners
Identifying Excellence in Company Management
Considering Cash Flow in Toolkit 6
Best Practices for Investment Club Portfolio Management
Lunch is included in the registration fee. During the lunch break, workshop participants will have an opportunity to present stocks of interest for a rapid fire look at ans SSG and receive commentary from workshop leaders.
There will be drawings for door prizes.
Don't miss this opportunity! Whether you are a novice or an experienced investor, you will gain from this experience. Bring all of you club members. Learn from one of the nation's leading educators.
When & Where
Kansas City Chapter; Better Investing
The KC Chapter covers the western half of Missouri and all of Kansas.
The KC Chapter is made up of local volunteers. Our primary goal is investor education for our clubs and members in Western Missouri and Kansas. We assist in the formation of new clubs, visit established clubs for training and trouble-shooting, and conduct training sessions for members and the public. Classed tre held in the local communities.
FOUR NAIC PRINCIPLES
1) Invest regularly, regardless of the market outlook (dollar cost avg)
2) Reinvest all earnings (DRPs)
3) Invest in well managed growth companied
4) Diversify to reduce risk