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The AAII Silicon Valley Chapter presents...


"Tracking the Fed in Transition"

    Discussed by:

    R. Mark Rogers
    Senior U.S. Economist, Econoday, Inc.

The Federal Reserve is in transition, trying to determine when and how fast to taper its quantitative easing (QE) programs with a new Fed chair. Rogers focuses on how to track Fed policy and the key economic news affecting Fed decisions. Unwinding the Fed’s hugely expanded balance sheet will require innovative techniques; some likely but alternative scenarios will be discussed.

Attend This Meeting and Learn...
Possible QE tapering scenarios that may unfold in 2014
Issues the Fed faces with unwinding their balance sheet in 2014 and beyond
How to track Fed policy and the economic news that impacts the Fed’s decisions

  MEETING DETAILS
Date:
Saturday, January 11, 2014
Time:
9:00 a.m.    Registration/Social (coffee & tea; no breakfast)
9:30 a.m.    Program
11:00 a.m.    Q&A
Location:
San Jose Airport Garden Hotel
1740 N 1st St.
San Jose, CA, 95112
408/793-3300
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Payment:
In Advance (Mail postmarked by 1/4
or Online by 1/7)
Everyone, $25/person
Late Registration (Online by 1/9) Everyone, $35/person
Register online at

www.eventbrite.com/org/399694412


At the Door
Space permitting.
Everyone, $35/person
No Refunds

  SUBGROUPS

Subgroups

Sunnyvale Discussion Group
Lynn Gillette and Valerie Fitch,
aaiichapter_siliconvalley@yahoo.com
The Sunnyvale Discussion Group meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Coco’s Restaurant, 1209 Oakmead Parkway in Sunnyvale. The meeting is held every month except December.

Computerized-Mechanical Investing Group
Allan Zmyslowski, al_zmyslowski@yahoo.com
Meets monthly at a local library. See http://tinyurl.com/9js4aeh for group information and upcoming meeting details. The group discusses and presents ideas on how to use computers in investing. The group has a definite mechanical investing flavor, focusing on a variety of rules, algorithms, programs and computerized investing tools.

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