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The AAII Twin Cities Chapter presents...


"Trends That Matter: Why Metropolitan Regions Grow"

    Discussed by:

    John S. Adams
    Professor Emeritus, University of Minnesota

Note: Our original January 19 speaker, Fred Zimmerman, has had to cancel due to family issues. Dr. Zimmerman suggested that John Adams, a very well-qualified friend and colleague, take his place. Hopefully, Dr. Zimmerman will speak to us at our May 17 meeting.

Is it prudent to disproportionately invest in local companies, as does the Mairs and Power Growth Fund (MPGFX)? What makes for a successful regional economy? How important is location to a company’s success? How have new economies developed since 1990? What makes an economy vulnerable and susceptible to decline—and how can this situation be reversed? This presentation will address these issues and provide some background on the three ways that regions grow today, as well as current trends.

Attend This Meeting and Learn...
What makes an economy susceptible to decline and how this situation can be reversed
What a region needs to address to maintain its quality of life and economic competitiveness
How to improve a region’s balance sheet

  MEETING DETAILS
Date:
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Time:
7:00 p.m.    Registration/ Refreshments
7:15 p.m.    Program
Location:
Eisenhower Community Center in Hopkins
1001 Highway 7
Hopkins, MN 55305
Payment:
In Advance (by 1/13)*
AAII Members and Family, $10/person; Non-members, $12/person; Students, $5/person
At the Door
space permitting
Everyone, $15/person
Members’ children are welcome as guests at no fee.
No Refunds

*Registration Note: New! To save a stamp and the time to fill out and send the advance registration form, you may instead have your online banking service send the check. In the memo field include your email address, your zip code and the names of any guests.
  SUBGROUPS

Subgroups
Systematic Investing SIG
The Systematic Investing SIG meets the third Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at Lee Wenzel’s home (8666 Westwind Circle, Eden Prairie). Topics and discussions vary. Send an email to Joseph Ferens at jferens@comcast.net to get on the email announcement list for each meeting; RSVP your attendance to Lee@WenzelAnalytics.com so that we have handouts and chairs for everyone.

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