National Association of Investors Corporation

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National Association of Investors Corporation

A Michigan-based association that helps groups establish investment clubs.

National Association of Investors Corporation

An umbrella organization of thousands of local clubs across the United States that encourages successful investment practices among members. In particular, the NAIC encourages members to make long-term investments in companies with high growth potential. It runs educational and support programs for members. It was established in 1951 and is based in Michigan. It is also called BetterInvesting.

National Association of Investors Corporation (NAIC)

A nonprofit organization founded in 1951 to provide investment information, education, and support to investment clubs and individual investors. NAIC encourages a long-term approach to investing in growth companies.
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