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Learn How and Why to Invest with the Ivy Investment Club #MyInvestingStory

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#MyInvestingStory is created to share the stories of investors.

Ionnie McNeill and Ann McNeill, BetterInvesting Volunteers, talk with the Ivy Investment Club about their investing story.  

To join the conversation:
Register for the webinar: https://bit.ly/MyInvestingStory
Listen to the podcast: http://tobtr.com/11932953
Or call in: 661-554-9219 

One of the national program targets of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. in 2000 was Economic Empowerment.  Because many of the members were employed by companies who were transitioning from pension plans to Self-Directed 401k retirement plans, the national program target became particularly important.  The Indianapolis Chapter’s program chairman at that time was an executive at a major corporation.  She recognized that they, as women, needed to strengthen their investment skills in order to enhance their own retirement portfolios.  I2K was launched in January 2000 with the purpose of educating themselves to stock market investing, then share this knowledge with their families and the minority community.     

Ivy Investment Klub currently has twenty-six (26) active members which include three (3) active Founders.  They are members of Better Investing and each new member is required to join Better Investing and purchase the SSG software.  They meet monthly year-round and members are required to attend at least 8 out of the 12 monthly meetings.   At this time, they are in the process of implementing their newly adopted Investment Policy Statement which allows them to more efficiently manage such a large group of members.100% participation is required. 

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