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Fidelity's Chip McLetchie

  • Mar 26, 2014 · 7:00 PM
  • Building E51, Room 315

Please RSVP!

MIT Building 51, Room 315 map ->

70 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA (Entrance at 2 Amherst Street)

(Parking behind the building, or one block West off Amherst Street on Hayward)


Fidelity's Chip McLetchie on Fidelity Stock Screeners and Trading Tools

Chip McLetchie will be leading a discussion on exchange-traded funds (ETFs).  Chip will highlight Fidelity's ETF research, covering some of the criteria you can use to determine which ETF is most appropriate for you.  He will also be taking a deeper look into how you can use tracking error, efficiency and other criteria to evaluate ETFs all while providing a dynamic review of this market to better equip you with the knowledge needed to navigate this growing market.

Chip McLetchie is a regional brokerage consultant for Fidelity Investments. He started his career with Fidelity as a financial representative and quickly moved to Active Trader Services, where he supported their more advanced platforms such as Wealth Lab Pro and Options Trader Pro. In 2007, Mr. McLetchie moved to Active Trader Sales, where he supported the New York and New Jersey regions. As a Regional Brokerage Consultant Mr. McLetchie helps educate Fidelity employee's and their clients in regards to Fidelity  brokerage offerings. Mr. McLetchie graduated from Bates College in 2004 with a degree in Economics and is currently finishing his MBA at Northeastern University in Boston.


MIT Building 51, Room 315 map ->

70 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA (Entrance at 2 Amherst Street)

(Parking behind the building, or one block West off Amherst Street)


If you have a friend you talk stocks with, bring them with you! Food or drinks are not allowed in any MIT meeting room. We strongly urge each person to make his or her own decisions about investing their money. Investment ideas and recommendations made during our meetings and in our online dialogs bear no liability by anyone. This is a free and open meeting. No membership is required, but please RSVP.


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  • paul

    What did I miss due to bad weather? I have been reading a lot of information on the net and on youtube. Scary what is going on. I feel as there is a black swan approaching. Have felt this way for over a year but more strongly now. Obamas nuke comment in Manhattan more proof that financial system past critical point.

    Would like to mention an article I saw on about a book titled The End of America by Naomi Wolf. I highly recommend it.

    A good thanks to Jeff for hosting these meetings I enjoy them very much and always learn something. Thank you Jeff!

    March 26, 2014

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