The South Jersey chapter of Better Investing—a national nonprofit educational organization—has started a Model Investment Club at the Moorestown Library from 7-8:30 p.m. on Monday evenings (Sept. 17, Oct. 15 and Nov. 19).
The initial meeting provided a description of a Model Investment Club, how it operates, and how you can become a participant or observer.
If you’d like to become actively involved as you learn more about the process of investing and feel empowered by your financial decisions, join as an active participant. If you first wish to be an informed consumer to better understand the decisions of your financial advisor, then join as an observer.
The first two meetings are designed to introduce you to and better acquaint you with the world of better investing. By the third meeting, you’ll be learning the step-by-step tools for analyzing and selecting the best companies in which to invest and for managing a portfolio.
As a participant or observer, you will have access to investing tools, educational seminars and two investment publications on the Better Investing website.
Become an active investor or an informed observer and invest with confidence. Join us and share in the experience of learning together.
If you have any questions, call Carla Krasnick at 856-235-0813.
Participation is free, but space is limited. To reserve a spot, call Moorestown Library at 856-234-0333.
The Moorestown Library also has many resources to keep you informed about investing and finances. When you click on “Research Center” from the library home page and then click on “Business,” you’ll find brief descriptions and links to five premium databases to which we subscribe. To gain access to any of these databases, click on the book icon if you’re in the library, or the house icon if you’re at home. These databases provide access to full articles from thousands of publications in all disciplines of business. Additionally, you’ll find market research reports, industry reports, country reports and company profiles, as well as detailed information on millions of businesses. Following the databases are links to many helpful sites that deal with company information, investing and consumer information.
The library also subscribes to print editions of Barron’s, Bloomberg Businessweek, Consumer Reports, Forbes, Fortune, Harvard Business Review, Inc., Investor’s Business Daily, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, Money, Morningstar, NJBiz, New Jersey Business, Value Line Investment Survey and Value Line Investment Survey – Small and Midcap Edition.
Finally, search our library catalog by subject for “Finance, personal” for a selection of books on the topic.
From databases to helpful sites, magazines, newspapers and books, we have you covered in the areas of finances and investing.