Past Meetup

Intro to CANSLIM investing with Fred Richards of Strategic Investing

This Meetup is past

28 people went

Price: $5.00 /per person
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As you may know, AAII tracks 60 (as of Mar 2010) different stock screens (strategies) on a month-by-month basis since Jan 1998. For this Meetup we have a guest speaker who is well versed in one of those screens - the CANSLIM growth screen, originally developed by William J. O'Neil, founder of Investors Business Daily (IBD). We also have a dedicated CANSLIM Meetup group that meets monthly, so if you find this topic compelling, you can "dive into the deep end" at .

We plan to have Investors Business Daily (IBD) provide a copy of Monday's (Apr 5) paper for all attendees.

"Looking at the Markets using CAN SLIM®"

by Fred Richards, President, Adrich Corp.

The CAN SLIM methodolgy, popularized in Investors Business Daily and followed by millions of investors, is a well-regarded method for stock selection (and disposal!). It is one of the select few screens featured on the AAII national webste. Attendance for its presentation at the biennial convention is Olrando last November was huge. We are privileged to have a true professional investment veteran, a long-time user and lecturer on the subject, visit our chapter. Invite a friend, get your individual questions addressed, and learn the ins and outs of CAN SLIM on April 20.

Learn / Reasons to Attend:
• Learn how economic factors impact stock selections' results
• Indicators useful in determining market momentum
• How to use CAN SLIM to make better decisions
* Hear how CAN SLIM helps with selling discipline

Fred Richards often speaks on world and national economics and the stock market at venues both in the U.S. and overseas. After receiving a BS at SMU and an MBA at Harvard, he went to Wall Street in 1962. His market newsletters have been in publication since 1972. Since 1997, he has helped thousands of investors improve their investment results by using the Strategic Investing methodology in conjunction with William J. O’Neil’s CAN SLIM investing system.