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AAII stands for the American Association of Individual Investors. It is a non-profit organization whose mission is to educate individuals to invest successfully. AAII was founded in 1978 by James Cloonan to advance the interests of individuals seeking to succeed in the markets. AAII offers its members a computerized investing program, a tax guide, reports, and other features. It also offers local meeting chapters around the United States. Two of AAII's most popular features are the Shadow Stock Portfolio and Mutual Fund Portfolio, real portfolios used by AAII for education purposes. AAII also produces the AAII Journal, a periodical geared to individual investors. The association has 150,000 members. AAII is one of the forces that have given individual investors a voice in the securities markets.



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