The AAII New York City Chapter presents...

"Value Stocks Are Not Always Undervalued Stocks"

    Discussed by:

    Vahan Janjigian
    Chief Investment Officer, Greenwich Wealth Management LLC

Our speaker will dispel some of the long-held investment myths about diversification and risk, undervalued stocks versus value stocks and growth stocks always being expensive. In addition, he will discuss the importance of earnings as a guide and the rationale behind choosing exchange-traded funds (ETFs) . He will also name specific stocks that currently look cheap.

Attend This Meeting and Learn...
Why diversification can fail to reduce risk
Why retail investors are shunning stocks yet buying exchange-traded funds
Why earnings guidance should be encouraged

Wednesday, February 6, 2013
5:45 p.m.    Registration
6:15 p.m.    Program
7:45 p.m.     Refreshments (wine & snacks)
The Community Center at St. Jean Baptiste Church
184 East 76th St. (at Lexington Ave.)
Manhattan, NY
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In Advance* (received by 1/30), Everyone, $26/person
At the Door* (space permitting), Everyone, $30/person
Please register at the door if timely mailing of the registration
form is not possible.

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