Australia's leading non-profit organisation providing assistance to its members to make improved investment decisions.

A smorgasbord of ideas, education and strategies to consider as you make financial decisions to suit your own goals, skills, resources and risk profile. 

Opportunities to network with other members, many with considerable experience and success in investing. Our motto: “Investors helping investors”.

 

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To navigate the shifting currents of global growth in a time of capital superabundance will require investors to recalibrate their expectations, acquire new skills for spotting opportunities, and exercise enormous investment discipline.

Our 2018 National Conference is aimed at providing the skills and knowledge to identify new investment opportunities in a world that carries enormous opportunity but also new emerging risks.

To ensure you obtain new ideas and opportunities for managing your portfolio in a world awash with cash, enrol to attend the AIA National Conference 2018

Labor Party plan to keep excess franking credits

This is the text of an email sent to AIA members on Monday 19th March 2018. The email refers to an article which may be read here.

We have all seen various media reports about the Labor party plan to keep excess franking credits.   Several members have already expressed their concern about this proposal and we expect that this will be an issue for a large number of members once the proposal becomes more widely known. 

Former director, Jon Kalkman, has written an article on this subject, and we make it available here.  The article is Jon's view on the matter, which we suspect may be widely supported by many of you. The article is quite long, but I encourage everyone to read it fully.

We are very serious about wanting to know your views, before we consider becoming involved in any advocacy on this matter.  Please read the article, consider your view, and please email aia@investors.asn.au and tell us whether you agree or disagree with the labor proposal. Your board will then consider our action on the matter.

My regards to all
Graeme Bottrill,  AIA President

The Sharemarket Course DVD set

This 12 DVD and CD set includes approximately 13 hours of material, a CD with a workbook and activities and costs only $197 if a member of the AIA or $297 for a new member including the first year AIA subscription.  By doing this course you will learn about fundamental and technical analysis; understand and manage risk management; learn methods to control trade entry, trade management and trade exit; record keeping and more.  This is a unique learning tool produced by an independent association for investors

Bonus offer for new members

Join the Australian Investors Association and you will receive a one month free trial to the Marcus Today Stockmarket Newsletter valued at $75 and a 15 day free trial to Intelligent Investor and 3 special email reports valued at $267.  Member benefits include a range of publications; access to the members online forum; access to AIA meetings and more.  One year AIA membership is $115 or two year membership is $195 plus a $20 joining fee.

 


 

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