SSG I - KC
Saturday, February 1, 2014 from 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM (CST)
Platte Woods, MO
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This class is for those who understand basic investing terms and it emphasizes evaluating the fundamentals of a growth company, adding judgment using suggested research sources, and projecting future growth.
The Kansas City Chapter of BetterInvesting will be using software programs to teach the Stock Selection Guide (SSG).
Emphasis will be on understanding the SSG using suggested research sites found on the internet, judgment and importing the data using S&P Data Service.
All of the SSG Classes are progressive - each assuming you have an understanding of information in the previous class.
SSG I and II can be used as a refresher course if you need a brush up on your understanding of the SSG.
SSG I completes the visual portion on the front of the Stock Selection Guide. Entries will include debt, insider and institutional holdings, latest quarter sales and earnings. Historical Sales and EPS growth rate will be analyzed, and a projected rate of growth will be estimated. Section 2, Management, on the back side will also be evaluated and taught.
Weather Cancellation Policy
In case of inclement weather when driving is dangerous, we will cancel classes and other activities. We can contact you the night before if we have the correct email address on your registration.
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