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AAII

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 (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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AAII, by the way, has many more strategies, some with less of a shock in 2008, and all interesting.
The high point for people showing a bearish outlook in the AAII survey was reached on March 5, 2009, when a whopping 70.3 percent of the respondents said they had a negative outlook on the stock market.
The programme has been exclusively designed for AAII, and AAII's 150,000 members would be able to use a dedicated Web site and toll-free telephone numbers to invest in certificates of deposit, money market accounts, online savings accounts and retirement products.
Only the functions with contemporaneous MVDIF values and with the lagged and logged ratio of the AAII index (a difference in logarithms) had significant parameters.
A plan to divest SVC was made by the board of directors of AAII in the second quarter of 2008.
Cooley, Hubbard, and Walz, "Retirement Savings: Choosing a Withdrawal Rate That Is Sustainable," AAII Journal, February 1998.
Reichenstein, William, "The Investment Implications of Lower Stock Return Prospects," AAII Journal, October 2001.
With tens of thousands of mutual funds to select from, you need to do your homework using tools like AAII and Morningstar (www.morningstar.com).
Ahmad Tavakoli, the senior MP of the Alliance for the Advancement of an Islamic Iran (AAII) - the largest bloc in parliament - rejected the deal and reiterated AAII's position that Iran should withdraw from the NPT.
One of my major challenges at the NWLRC was tending assays for cholesterol and triglycerides, first on an AutoAnalyzer I and later on the improved AAII. The lack of specificity of the acid reagents mandated prior extraction with organic solvents.