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American Association Of Individual Investors

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American Association of Individual Investors (AAII) is a Chicago-based, investor education organization. James Cloonan, Ph.D., an educator turned market professional, founded it in 1978. American Association of Individual Investors empowers individuals with investment education to outperform the major market indices. According to Mr. Cloonan, the purpose of the American Association of Individual Investors is to "assist individuals in becoming effective managers of their own assets through programs of education, information and research." The American Association of Individual Investors publishes The American Association of Individual Investors Journal and conducts national educational events and research activities. The American Association of Individual Investors website (www.aaii.com) provides instructions and tools under separate sections for stocks, mutual funds, taxation, financial planning, retirement planning and portfolio management. American Association of Individual Investors' local chapters train members in investment management through grassroots-level meetings.



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