Friday, May 29, 2015


                                                                                                  AAII Denver Chapter


About AAII and the Denver Chapter

Welcome! Founded in 1978, the American Association of Individual Investors (AAII) is a not-for-profit organization that arms individual investors with the education and tools they need to build wealth. From stock investing to financial planning and retirement saving, AAII seeks to educate you on all your needs --without any product-sales bias or pressure. More....


Morningstar's Christine Benz recommended specific retirement-portfolio allocations and fund/ETF ideas at a sold-out September chapter event

San Juan College professor Bart Womack discussed major investment implications of demographic changes at a recent chapter event.
 Point & Figure and Other Key Disciplines for Profit
By Paul Townsend, VP, Wells Fargo Advisors
Monday, June 22, 2015
At our January Outlook-2015 event, many members asked for more on point & figure charting. This topic will be covered on June 22!   And with the bull market now 6+ years old, having discipline about the hold/sell decision on our stocks have gained importance!   After 17 years as a stockbroker, Paul Townsend in 2011 had an epiphany: using just a few simple yet powerful disciplines, he was able to meaningfully improve total returns in stocks and ETFs. In this presentation, Townsend will open up his toolbox and playbook and teach us about some valuable trading ideas such as P&F, Pocket Pivot, Buyable Gap-Up, and the 7-week hold rule. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn as a popular speaker returns for an encore in Denver.
Paul Townsend is an associate vice president with Wells Fargo Advisors LLC, in East Lansing, Michigan. He was trained in the point-and-figure method of technical analysis in 1997 and uses it as a core discipline in advising his investment clients. A native of California, Paul has a background as a high school mathematics teacher and has been a stockbroker since 1994. He is a frequent and popular speaker, having presented at over 20 AAII chapters since 2002. He coached a high-school team to the national championship in the annual Wachovia stock market game.
* How to spot high-probability buy signals with stocks. 
* Relative Strength: identifying potential leaders and avoiding potential laggards 
* When to take profits and how to help minimize losses.
* The importance of a consistent discipline with stocks and ETFs. 
* Understand the power of the 50-day line to hold stocks. 
* Learn how to spot institutional buying and selling. 
* Get answers from speaker's experience during the Q&A
  Koelbel Library
5955 South Holly, SW corner @ Orchard
One mile west of I-25 on Orchard Rd.
Centennial, CO 80121
7PM start; doors open at 6:20 



Journalist/Author Jonathan Clements told a large April 2015 audience his investing observations from 24 years

Moderator Nancy Reese with panelists
Paller, Cassidy, and Ratkai at January's "Stocks Outlook-2015" session


Chris Dunmall of Colorado PERA gave members his surprising 2015 outlook for bonds and interest rates at our December chapter meeting

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