Stock Investing Made Easy: DIFF’RENT STROKES FOR DIFF’RENT FOLKS
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The West Texas Chapter proudly invites you to a free webinar:
“STOCK INVESTING MADE EASY”
Panel: Kim Butcher, Mary Enright, Mike Torbenson
Each person has their own Stock Selection Guide, based on their judgment and on what they think is important when studying a company. Join us as three experienced instructors present their view on a company that each one studied independently. They will discuss what they felt it was necessary to look at and what their judgment was for growth, price-earnings ratio, and low price, as well as the total return, based on their judgment. How similar do you think their judgment will turn out to be? Want to compare your own study with our experts’ studies? Prepare your own SSG on INSTALLED BUILDING PRODUCTS (NYSE: IBP). It is a great opportunity to learn and to improve your stock study skills.
Kim is a retired RN whose primary area of work was Labor and Delivery. An avid reader, loving to learn, helping the parents, and hoping to travel again soon are keeping her busy in retirement. Past accomplishments include being on the BetterInvesting Volunteer Advisory Board, Ringing the bell on the NYSE, and Chair for the State of Indiana AWHONN (nursing organization).
Mary Enright has been a member of BetterInvesting since 1998 as a member of three investment clubs. She has served on the NIA Board (predecessor to the BIVA Board) and is a national volunteer and a chapter director with the Heartland Chapter. Mary recently retired from a career in the financial services industry.
Mike Torbenson has been a member of BetterInvesting since 1987, a member of the Puget Sound Chapter since 2004, former member of the BI Volunteer Advisory Board (BIVAB) serving as the BetterInvesting National Convention educational program manager, and currently active with three investment clubs and winner of various service awards. His career has seen service in the US Navy as a Surface Warfare Officer, Elementary Teacher (grades 4-6), owner of a computer consulting firm, and a Microsoft manager of the Enterprise Support consulting team specializing in software developer support for manufacturing. Mike was married in 1972 and attributes his gray hair to his two brilliant daughters. Since retiring Mike has been enjoying grandchildren, traveling, teaching, and of course investing. His latest projects have included recording his understandings of BI methodology in SSG and Portfolio Management Magic.