The Federal Reserve Bank controls the short end of the interest curve. Learn how Bott designs portfolios to reduce risk and improve portfolio performance using collaterized mortgage obligations. What are the factors investors must be aware of to avoid the pitfalls of an increasing yield environment? Will the city of Detroit’s bankruptcy affect your portfolio?
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The Federal Reserve’s options going forward
How a prudent investor should structure a portfolio
The best low-risk strategies for bond portfolios
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
DFW Airport Westin (was Harvey Hotel)
4545 W. John Carpenter Fwy. (114)
Irving, TX 75063
In Advance (by 9/16) Everyone, $12/person
At the Door space permitting Everyone, $15/person
Dallas Mutual Fund Subgroup Charley Smith, 972/432-5648 Meets on the first Wednesday of each month except July and August, 6:30 p.m., Preston-Royal Library, Royal Lane just west of the North Dallas Tollway. This group meets in an informal roundtable setting to share members’ knowledge and experiences with mutual fund investing. This is a very informative session whether you are a beginning or experienced investor. Contact Charley Smith, 972/432-5648, for further information.
Tarrant Mutual Fund Subgroup Thomas Wade, 817/913-1330 Meets on the first Tuesday of each month, 5:45 p.m., The Golden Corral, 7660 Grapevine Highway, North Richland Hills. Please call Thomas Wade, SIG leader, at 817/913-1330 for further information.
Plano Mutual Fund Subgroup Bill Beatty, 972/424-6280 Meets on the second Thursday of each month, 6:30 p.m., Plano Senior Center, 401 W. 16th St., Plano, TX. 16th Street is an east-west street that connects the southbound access road of the North Central Expressway and Alma Drive, between 15th Street and Park Boulevard. This group meets in an informal roundtable setting to share members’ knowledge and experiences with mutual fund investing. This is a very informative session, whether you are a beginning or experienced investor. Contact Bill Beatty 972/424-6280 for further information.
The American Association of Individual Investors is an independent, nonprofit corporation formed for the purpose of assisting individuals in becoming effective managers of their own assets through programs of education, information and research.