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The AAII New York City Chapter presents...


"What Year Is It? and Catch-up Games"

    Discussed by:

    Michael Santoli
    Associate Editor, and “Streetwise” Columnist, Barron’s

Placing the current economic and investing cycle in context requires looking to analogous periods in the past. What do they mean for the risks and opportunities in today’s market? Michael Santoli will discuss specific years and how they impact what he calls the “games of catch up” that are currently playing out. He speaks of four specific “games”: rising stock prices, strong high-yield debt performance, investors increasing equity exposure, and the S&P 500’s reaching the level it was at prior to Lehman’s failure.

Attend This Meeting and Learn...
How 2010 compares with 1938, 1962, 1998 and 2004
What comparison with past years reveals about opportunities and risks for investors today
How a combination of improved economic reports and smothered Treasury yields have created the game of riskier assets without near-term pain

  MEETING DETAILS
Date:
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Time:
5:45 p.m.    Registration
6:15 p.m.    Program
7:45 p.m.     Refreshments (wine & snacks)
Location:
The Community Center at St. Jean Baptiste Church
180 East 76th St.
Manhattan, NY
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Payment:
In Advance* (received by 12/29), Everyone, $24/person
At the Door* (space permitting), Everyone, $30/person

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