The American Association of Individual Investors - AAII - provides investment education in investing basics, financial planning, and structuring investment portfolios of mutual funds and/or individual stocks. A not-for-profit organization, AAII arms individual investors with the understanding and tools needed to manage their finances more effectively and profitably.
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Fun, food, investment education! Come party with fellow investors of the Pittsburgh AAII Chapter at our 14th annual “Picnic in the Park” symposium. This FREE event offers education for individual investors in a casual outdoor setting and provides a great opportunity to swap ideas and experiences with like-minded friends, old and new.
We invite all adult members of the Pittsburgh and Cleveland chapters to join us. Spouses and guests are welcome, too (sorry, no children, please). To assure adequate food and drink, please reserve your place by Monday, August 8th, and plan to bring a dish for six to share with others. The Chapter will provide fried chicken, beverages, plates, and utensils.
Please join us for an enjoyable afternoon, good food, and practical investment knowledge. We welcome all adult members of the Pittsburgh and Cleveland Chapters (sorry, no children, please). Do invite spouses and friends.
PROGRAM REGISTRATION: 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
LUNCH:12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
PROGRAM: 1:30 PM to 4:00 PM NOTE: Table discussions follow lunch
REGISTRATION: Required by Monday, August 8th.
Allegheny County Settler’s Cabin Park, Robinson
1225 Greer Road Oakdale, PA 15071-9408
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The Chapter Picnic will be held on Saturday, August 13, 2016 at Settlers Cabin Park.
Like all chapters of the national AAII organization, ours is run by members who volunteer their energy, ideas and time. In return, they gain a unique opportunity to rub shoulders with experienced investors/leaders and to contribute in educating both other members and themselves. You need no special qualifications to make a difference here, just a willingness to learn and to collaborate. In particular, we’re currently seeking someone to assist in preparing our meeting announcements. Several members contribute to the process, and the Announcements Coordinator role is straightforward: Transfer information into AAII’s web-based form. Please contact one of our leaders if you’d like to play on our team.
—Roy Taylor, Pittsburgh Chapter President