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Frank Hasbani will share how he uses options to make money. Frank was Co-Founder of Anova Analytics, leading a team of data scientists, with significant experience at delivering Data Driven Decision Support to Fortune 100 companies. A results-driven, highly skilled visionary in data science, ML and DL. A leader with a strong reputation for integrity, innovation, empowerment, and collaboration with teams and clients. Proven capabilities in DS program execution and delivery to financial, compliance, banking, telco, and digital media, industrial and logistical sectors. SME in data monetization, by leveraging data science and analytic processes. Expert at building decision support, and value realization, by delivering successful execution of strategic and tactical initiatives. OUTLINE FOR PRESENTATION A hybrid approach to investment: 1- Quick review of Sector Rotation POC: 10 Mins ----------Using ETFs only ----------Reduce risk, ----------Slight improvement of return 2- Can this work with the DOW30? 10 Mins ----------Using DOW30 only ----------Same risk, ----------Significant improvement of return 3- Can we improve returns using Options? 30 Mins ----------Using Vertical only!!!! ----------What's a Vertical???? ----------Demo Using TOS, -------------------a walk thru setup -------------------analyze risk -------------------execute, -------------------review -------------------exit 4- Questions 11/11/2019 from 6:30 PM-8:30 PM Total Wine Perimeter. Also, Total Wine does not offer free meeting space in December, so we probably won't meet then -- unless someone wants to offer their home for a Christmas party -- which would be a lot of fun! We'll start our November meeting with a free wine tasting. I hope to see you then!
The panel discussion will cover a broad range of themes, including multiple strategies for cash investments, such as money market funds, certificates of deposit (CDs), Treasuries and other short-term investments. Rick Holland and Serif Denktas will talk about why a money market fund is a good substitute for a bank account. They will review the safety of money market funds, how they work in a rising rate environment, how to use Treasuries instead of bank CDs and how to build a cash portfolio. Many investors will find these creative ways to maximize their yield valuable and rewarding. The panelists will also answer questions from the audience. Speakers: Rick Holland & Serif Denktas
Please join us for a Lunch Social on the fourth Tuesday of every month at Sweet Tomatoes, 6340 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd. Atlanta, GA 30328, from 2:00 to 3:30 pm to discuss everything and anything financial. (Note: There is a Senior discount of $8.49 for lunch and beverage, starting at 2:00, for those over 60.) This is very casual and you are welcome to come late and leave early if you need to. We're hoping that more AAII subgroups will naturally emerge from these luncheons as we discuss our financial interests, goals and questions. Please note the Options SIG meetings and the new Round Table Discussion and Book Group SIG coming in October. Everyone that I've talked to likes the idea of changing tables around 3:00 so we can all meet and talk to more people. However, many of us are also in the middle of conversation or lunch when it's time, and moving can be inconvenient in the moment. I'd like to have a volunteer, at each luncheon, take charge of when and how we shift seats for more mingling. (It's fine to try a different approach each month until we find something that feels right.) Hope to see you there!
You've heard about behavioral finance and investing biases. But how do you apply behavioral finance principles to your own portfolio? In this workshop, you will learn how to diagnose and treat investment biases with Biagnostics, a proprietary framework designed to help you incorporate behavioral finance into your portfolio.