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- Remember the new meeting location at University Center Building
- The meeting rooms are the Atlantic Rm 74, Caspian Rm 87, and Pacific Rm 90. All rooms are underground. See Room Map
Speaker: Jeff Friedberg
Jeff earned degrees in Geology and Geophysics from MIT and Caltech. He worked for several years at the Aero Service division of Western Geo[hysical interpreting and processing aeromagnetic data. He founded Friedberg Investment Management in 1979 and his firm presently manages approximately $190 million for about 300 investors.
Topic: “Three Quiet Revolutions”
He will discussion of how new developments are changing the face of energy exploration and production, manufacturing productivity and treatment of disease.
HIA’s May 14, 2011 Agenda
— 08:30 AM —
Stock Market SIG: Speaker: Al Robison
Topic: “Market Discussion”
Al will lead a discussion of this still difficult market and how we might conceivably make some money in it. Please bring your own best ideas, and we’ll talk about as many of them as possible.
Derivatives / Advanced Options SIG: Speaker: Jim McWilliams
Topic: Examing the Greeks
Jim will provide a simple explanation of the Greeks and how they affect your options trading.
Trading 101 SIG: Speakers: John Godell & Ron Stockstill
Topics: To be announced.
— 09:30 AM —
Evidence-Based Investing SIG: Speaker: Leigh Anderson
Topic: Small and Cheap
Investing orthodoxy touts the superior performance of small-cap and/or value stocks. Can passive investors use small-cap and value ETFs to outperform other equity classes? Can active investors pick the OTC company that will be the next Google?
ETF & Market Outlook SIG: Speaker: Jimmy Hixson
Topic: “Warning signs that told you Risk is Rising”
Fixed Income SIG: Speaker: John Bott (Tri-Star Financial)
Topic: Will not be held this month. Will be back June 11.
— 10:45 AM —
Club Business: Speaker: Gus Salinas
— 11:00 AM —
Main Meeting: Speaker: Jeff Friedberg
Topic: “Three Quiet Revolutions”
He will discuss how new developments are changing the face of energy exploration and production, manufacturing productivity and treatment of disease.
Jeff earned degrees in Geology and Geophysics from MIT and Caltech. He worked for several years at the Aero Service division of Western Geo[hysical interpreting and processing aeromagnetic data. He founded Friedberg Investment Managem! ent in 1979 and his firm presently manages approximately $190 million for about 300 investors.
— 12:45 PM —
Future/Commodities SIG: Featured Speakers: Gus Salinas & Phil Langford
Topics: “To be Announced.”
Coffee and doughnuts at HIA meetings are generously provided by John Bott of Tri-Star Financial.
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