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Subject: Re: Question Date: 12/30/2000 9:17 AM
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pwelborn wrote:
...it seems to me like that there would just be a place to download such things as Registration forms !

I'm not sure what you mean by registration form. There is no central clearinghouse for investment clubs, per se. There are so many variables that a club can choose to include in their partnership agreements, bylaws, how they run their meetings, how the choose their investing style, etc.

And all the information you need is online--but it's scattered among various sites. Here are some to get you going. Lynn, in snowy Minneapolis

Best One-Stop-Shops for Investment Club information:

Mission Statements:

Partnership Agreements:
Investment Clubs by Kathryn Shaw (Appendix)
Starting and Running a Profitable Investment Club (NAIC official manual)
The Investment Club Book by John Wasik
The Beardstown Ladies, Common-Sense Investment Guide

http://www.geocities.com/garbagecop (Procedures Manual)
http://members.dencity.com/niceassets/ (Club Documents)

http://www.geocities.com/garbagecop/ (see Meeting Agenda and Meeting Rules)
Investment Clubs by Kathryn Shaw
The Investment Club Book by John Wasik

Stock Study Worksheets:
http://www.geocities.com/garbagecop (Stock Study Report)
http://www.geocities.com/WallStreet/Floor/8205/pressg.htm (excellent!!)
Investment Clubs by Kathryn Shaw
Beardstown Ladies, Common-Sense Investment Guide
The Investment Club Book by John Wasik

Computerized Club Accounting Programs:
NAIC Club Accounting, http://www.better-investing.org/computer/nca.html ($169.00)
Bivio Club Accounting Website, http://www.bivio.com/ (Free!)

Computerized Club Stock Study Tools:
NAIC's Toolkit, http://www.better-investing.org/computer/toolkit.html ($169.00)
NAIC's Stock Analyst Plus, http://www.better-investing.org/computer/toolkit.html ($169.00)
Kingsoft's Stock Analyzer, (Toolkit knock-off) http://www.users.nac.net/bobking/default.htm ($20.00!)

If this isn't enough, come back! I've got more.

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