The AIA is Australia’s leading non-profit organisation providing assistance to its members to make improved investment decisions in all asset classes.

The AIA represents and advocates for a group of self-directed investors who choose to make their own decisions about their investments. Many of our members certainly utilize the skills of professionals such as financial planners, accountants and lawyers to assist them, but they strive to educate themselves to be better informed about key decisions affecting their financial future.

The AIA provides members with a smorgasbord of education, ideas and strategies for investors to consider as they make financial decisions in the context of their own goals, skills, resources and risk profile. The AIA does not hold a licence to provide financial advice and does not endorse or recommend any specific strategy or financial product.

As a community of self-directed investors the AIA provides many opportunities to network with other members, many of whom have considerable experience and success in investing over many years. Our motto is: “Investors helping investors”.

REFER A FRIEND

Regardless of your age or present level of wealth, the AIA can assist you with education and information to make better investment decisions. If a friend or relative joins as a result of a member's recommendation, both the member and the new member will receive an additional three months free membership. Simply write your name and member number on the back of the referral card or on the back of the Registration Form. This is our way of saying "Thank You" for your recommendation.

We also draw your attention to a new membership category, "Student". Full time students under the age of 30 are welcome to join the association at a discounted rate of 50% off the regular membership fee with no joining fee.

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New Director Appointed to AIA Board - Elizabeth Moran

LizMoran 2230For some time, your board has been mindful of enhancing the skills available to manage the AIA, and also to address the need for further diversification at board level.
 
We are very pleased to announce that Elizabeth Moran was appointed to the AIA board on Thursday 1st December.

Elizabeth is Director, Education and Research, at FIIG Securities and is passionate about investor education.  She has a Certificate in Governance and Risk Management from the Governance Institute, and has completed the Australian Institute of Company Directors Course.
 
We look forward to Elizabeth’s contribution, particularly in the digital marketing space, where we believe that her skills will assist the board in forming strategies to attract new members and better servicing existing members.  We warmly welcome Elizabeth.

Marcus Padley appointed AIA Ambassador

The AIA board is pleased to announce that Marcus Padley has been appointed AIA Ambassador. Marcus will assist the board and staff to promote the AIA and raise the profile of the Association through his media and financial connections.

Marcus Padley (MAppFin, LLB, MSAA) is the author of the independent Marcus Today stock market newsletter aimed at helping individual investors manage their investments and trades. Marcus has been a regular speaker at the AIA National conference and at state-wide events and is a contributor to the Investors Voice on a regular basis. New Members of the AIA receive a Free trial of Marcus Today newsletter. 


Marcus has a Masters in Applied Finance degree from Macquarie University, a Law degree from Southampton University in England, is a Master Stockbroking member of the SAA and a Prize winner in Applied Portfolio Management.

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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