StockUp: Taste of BINC

5/20/2021
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8:30 pm - 9:45 pm ET
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Cost: Free

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StockUp presents Taste of BINC, an online event that gives you a sampling of the “courses” offered at the upcoming 70th Annual BetterInvesting National Convention (BINC). There are four courses on the menu for Taste of BINC and each one could be a meal in itself. Come dine with us for a night of investment education.
Alphabet Soup by Ken Zendel, CEO NAIC/BetterInvesting
BIXX, the BetterInvesting 100 Index®, and BIXR, the BetterInvesting Top 100 Total Return Index, are not widely known but their performance has exceeded the S&P500 Index year after year. Learn what the BIXX is, how it differs from the BIXR, how the BetterInvesting principles play a role, what the indices are telling us and more.
What Beyond Beginners Need by Carol Theine, Director NAIC Board
Beyond beginner investors know the basic SSG but need confidence in using all the tools for their analysis. Carol focuses on one section of the SSG, projecting EPS growth by looking at historical data/outliers vs. analyst estimates vs. preferred procedure. The ”Beyond Beginners” class series is new for BINC this year, designed to help beginners gain confidence with their stock analysis..
Fear of Missing Out by Scott Horsburgh, President Provident Investment Management
Why focus on fundamentals when you can just follow the crowd to fun and profit by speculating on bitcoin, SPACs, and the favorites from Robinhood and Reddit?  Fads make money for the early entrants who promote them, but most end up getting burned buying high before it crashes.  While it might seem like the old rules have become old fashioned, the old rules are the only thing that will protect investors from crashing into the rocks.
Is It Time to Buy or Bail? by Sam Stovall, Chief Investment Strategist of CFRA
The combination of Covid-19 vaccines, government stimulus, and a still-dovish Fed continue to offer encouragement. Economists and analysts now project U.S. GDP to expand by nearly 6% in 2021, accompanied by a 22% jump in S&P 500 EPS. Disagreements center on the speed and magnitude of inflation and interest-rate increases. Recent sector returns have mirrored history with leadership coming from those sectors that typically benefit from a steepening yield curve: energy, financials, industrials, and materials. But will euphoria turn to excess?
 

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