Investor Association Sources of Information

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Investor Association Sources of Information

One important source of investment information is groups of other investors. Investor associations are membership organizations that provide publications, software, and online services, seminars, and other programs for their member investors. Investor associations don’t manage your money for you, but they do provide training and advice on how to manage your investments. Typically, you have to pay an annual membership fee to join.

Things To Know

  • Investor associations don’t manage your money for you, but they do provide training and advice on how to manage your investments.
  • Investor associations provide you with information, tools, training, and contacts; and the chance to network with other investors.

Investors Alliance

Investors Alliance offers a monthly investment newsletter, investment software, access to an online database of 16,000 securities, and coupons for free stock trades from discount brokers.

American Association of Individual Investors

The American Association of Individual Investors (AAII) tends to focus on experienced investors. AAII members receive an investment journal, guides to tax strategies and no-load mutual funds, online information, and investment seminars.

National Association of Investors Corporation

The National Association of Investors Corporation (NAIC) is a non-profit association that serves member investor clubs. A monthly magazine, investment analysis software, discounts on investment books, and a variety of training manuals and videotapes are available to NAIC members.

These are just a few of the investor associations that can provide you with information, tools, training, and contacts; as well as the chance to network with other investors.