The AAII Denver Chapter presents...

"Prepared for Another Lost Decade? Secular Outlook for Stocks, Bonds and Commodities"

    Discussed by:

    Tom J. Kopas
    Principal, Pring Turner Capital Group

Stocks and bonds have done well recently, and commodities and inflation seem to be in “pause” mode. But should you expect more of the same? Our speaker, co-author of the book “Investing in the Second Lost Decade” (McGraw-Hill, 2012), will give a strong historical perspective—and evidence from recent trends—for the idea that a significant shift is now in prospect. This flows from his firm’s six-stage cycle analysis, around which Dow Jones has built an index (!) and for which his firm has launched an ETF. Our book discussion group read his book last winter and found valuable insights. Be prepared to rethink some of your major asset-allocation assumptions!

Thursday, March 21, 2013
6:20 p.m.    Registration/Social
7:00 – 8:45 p.m.    Program
during presentation    Q&A
Koelbel Library
5955 South Holly St.
Southwest corner of Holly & Orchard, one mile west of I-25 on Orchard
Centennial, CO
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In Advance (registrations must be POSTMARKED by 3/14 to
qualify for $8 and $13 rate)
AAII Member & Member’s Family, $8/person; Nonmembers,
$13/person; Late, $15/person
At the Door
(space permitting)
Everyone, $15/person

  Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

SIG meetings do NOT require advance registration (some may request an RSVP). Most are free of charge. Contact the group leader if you need additional information to attend.


Topic/Date/Place info for all SIG events is listed at

Book Discussion Group—Ken Van Pala,

Monday Breakfast Group—Horace Martin,
Second Mondays, 7 a.m.

Tuesday Breakfast Group—Nettie McGrath,, 303/237-2154
First Tuesdays, 7 a.m.

Trading & Technical Analysis Group—Warren Cramer,

Boulder Group—Clint Heiple,, 720/562-8067 or George Limestahl,, 303/772-0963

Colorado Springs Group—Mike Cather, or Rod Schlater,
Fourth Tuesdays, 7 p.m.

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