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— 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
Jim McWilliams will be talking about delta and how it affect you trading decisions.
Trading 101 SIG: Speakers: John Godell & Ron Stockstill
Topics: “Big Picture & Future SIG topics”
John and Ron will provide a quick review of the Big Picture. During the next three months, they will review the entry/exit signals along with the profit taking plan in Bill William’s book number 1, 2 & 3. Starting in September Ron will cover the “traders mindset.”
— 09:30 AM —
Evidence-Based Investing SIG: Speaker: Leigh Anderson
Topic: “What a Time We Had!”
Q: Over the last decade, which timing strategies beat the market? A: All of them, including flipping a coin. If you are a market timer and didn’t beat the market, you have some explaining to do.
ETF & Market Outlook SIG: Speaker: Jimmy Hixson
Topic: “Outlook for the Next Six Months”
Fixed Income SIG: Speaker: John Bott (Tri-Star Financial)
Topic: “Fixed Income for Heirs and Mid-Year Economic Report”
— 10:45 AM —
Club Business: Speaker: Gus Salinas
— 11:00 AM —
Main Meeting: Moderator: Alan Robison
Topic: “Stock Market Roundtable”
Roundtable members: Ken Woods, John Bott, Carl Meyerton
— 12:45 PM —
Future/Commodities SIG: Featured Speakers: Gus Salinas & Phil Langford
Topics: “To be Announced.”
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