The AAII Connecticut Chapter presents...

"How Old Is This Bull Market?"

    Discussed by:

    Michael Santoli
    Senior Columnist, Yahoo! Finance

By historical standards, the ascent in stocks that began in March 2009 has been stronger and longer than most bull markets, suggesting it’s getting old. Yet the Dow only recently broke above a 13-year range, leading some observers to herald a new, long-lasting upward trend. Monetary policies and many economic indicators look more like early-cycle conditions than the end of an expansion. So how to reconcile these conflicting observations? Michael Santoli will present a discussion of valuation, Fed policy, investor sentiment and where the opportunities and risks reside in a market near all-time highs.

Please note: Michael Santoli is the former Associate Editor of Barron’s.

Attend This Meeting and Learn...
Where the opportunities and risks reside in a market near all-time highs
How to reconcile current conflicting observations
Santoli’s views on valuation, Fed policy and investor sentiment

Wednesday, December 11, 2013
6:00 p.m.    Registration/Social
7:00 p.m.    Dinner
8:00 p.m.    Program
The Waters Edge at Giovanni's II
2748 Boston Post Rd. (US-1)
Darien, CT
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In Advance
Program & Dinner, $50/person; Program Only, $25/person
At the Door space permitting
Program & Dinner, $55/person; Program Only, $25/person
No Refunds

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Computerized Investing-Meets at the University of New Haven, Bergami Learning Center for Finance and Technology, Maxcy Hall, room 218, 10 a.m. to 12 noon, on or around the fourth Saturday of each month. Their web address is Gregory Blosick, 203/931-0322,

Mutual Fund Interest Group-Meets at the Westport Public Library, seminar room, second floor, 7 to 9 p.m., on or around the 2nd Tuesday of odd months (except July). Their Web address is Peter Spielman,; John Swensson, 203/322-9532.

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