Are We There Yet? Preparing for the Next Recession

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Every 3rd Saturday of the month

Griffin Recreation Center

5301 Hilltop Road, · Greensboro, NC

How to find us

Hard to miss us. See the sign as you enter and we are in the room on the left. $5 fee. First time attendees will receive free admission ticket for a future meetup.

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TOPIC: Are We There Yet? Preparing for the Next Recession

During the last year, we have all been hearing about the “yield curve” and anticipating the next recession. Kurt Moore will provide an update on last year’s program about economic recessions and discuss the relationship between recessions and the market. He will outline some leading economic indicators that are predictive of future recessions. We will also examine the length of a recession, the duration of the accompanying bear market, and trailing economic indicators that lead people to believe we are still in a recession when technically it is over.


• About leading economic indicators that are "predictive" of a future recession
• How various asset classes perform at various stages of the business cycle
• Some financial planning steps to consider to ride out a recession

SPEAKER: Kurt Moore, CFRE, is a Lifetime Member of AAII and a founding member of the Greensboro Chapter. Kurt served as a college administrator over 30 years and developed an interest in personal finance while serving as the Director of Planned Giving at the Florida Institute of Technology in the early 1990s. Remaining interested in charitable estate planning Kurt completed his Certificate in Financial Planning at Florida State University in 2001 and began to also focus on retirement planning. A social scientist by training with a background in statistics, he has been studying leading economic indicators associated with recessions since 2017. Kurt holds a BA and a BFA from the University of Illinois and an MA from Southern Illinois University. He is also recognized as a Certified Fund Raising Executive and has served on the boards of numerous nonprofits over the years.

Just bring yourselves, questions, tablet or if you are old school, a pad of paper and a pen.

• Many regular members of the chapter are experienced successful individual investors who are willing to share their knowledge and experience with people who are new to the financial planning process. Come early (9:30) and meet the members.

The American Association of Individual Investors ( is a national independent, membership-based 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to investment education with chapters all across the United States. We provide unbiased, actionable investment education, information, tools and research to help our members grow their investment knowledge and wealth at all stages of life. We do not sell financial products or services.