The AAII Pittsburgh Chapter presents...

"Bottom-Fishing for Profits"

    Discussed by:

    Herb Geissler
    Managing Director, Saint Clair Group

Investors get upset when the stock market corrects twice each year, dropping about 10% in the spring and more than 20% in the fall. Sharp traders view these corrections as opportunities to buy good stocks at discount prices. First, they anticipate when the market is about to roll down so they can lock in previous long gains. Second, they determine when the bottoming is over and buy stocks at a bargain, anticipating the next upsurge. Third, they identify when the upsurge is over, lock in profits and move on to other strategies. At this meeting, Herb will discuss specific indicators for pinpointing market tops and market bottoms, as well as how to identify the best individual stocks to bottom-fish.

Attend This Meeting and Learn...
How to spot a market roll-down, identify the bottom, and spot the subsequent roll-up
How to select those stocks most likely to surge up rapidly from the bottom
How to lock in profits from these major market corrections

Tuesday, November 16, 2010
7:00 – 7:30 p.m.    Registration/Social
7:30 – 9:00 p.m.    Program
Westinghouse Research Center
1380 Beulah Rd., Building 401
Pittsburgh, PA
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In Advance (by 11/12), Everyone, $10/person
At the Door space permitting, Everyone, $14/person
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