American Association of Individual Investors


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American Association of Individual Investors (AAII)

A not-for-profit organization to educate individual investors about stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and other financial instruments.

American Association of Individual Investors

An organization that provides information by and for small investors. Its website provides much of its information; it also publishes a monthly journal. Local chapters provide information pertinent to individual members. Founded in 1979, the AAII has over 150,000 members and is based in Chicago.

American Association of Individual Investors

An organization that sponsors publications, seminars, and other educational programs for individual investors. This group, established in 1979, has its headquarters in Chicago.

American Association of Individual Investors (AAII).

The goal of this independent, nonprofit organization is teaching individual investors how to manage their assets effectively.

Headquartered in Chicago, the AAII offers publications, seminars, educational programs, software and videos, and other services and products to its members. The AAII website (www.aaii.org) also provides a wide range of information about investing and personal finance.

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There are many guides to help the individual choose a fund, such as the one produced annually by the American Association of Individual Investors [1].
A bonus is not a regular part of your income," says John Markese, president of the American Association of Individual Investors (AAII), a Chicago-based nonprofit education group.
The key is to look at a fund's five-year performance," says John Markese, president of the Chicago-based American Association of Individual Investors, "and consider how it stacks up against other funds with similar characteristics.
Investors just starting out usually don't have the kind of money," says John Markese, director of research at the American Association of Individual Investors in Chicago.

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