A group of retail investors who pool some of their money and make joint investments. The benefits are shared knowledge, diversification, and reduced transaction costs. see also National Association of Investors Corporation.
Group of investors which meets regularly to discuss which shares to buy and sell out of a common fund. They are increasingly popular. See ProShare.
Two or more people who pool their money together do invest.
A group of amateur investors who pool their assets together to jointly buy and sell securities.
a collection of like-minded investors who wish to make well-researched investments
a great learning experience
a great way for novices to learn the intricacies of stocks, bonds and mutual funds with relatively low cost and low risk
a great way to learn about investing
a group of individual investors who pool their funds and make joint investments
a group of individual investors who pool their money and make joint investment decisions
a group of individuals who form a legal partnership for the purpose of combining their money to invest
a group of individuals who join together to invest in the stock market
a group of individuals who pool their funds to make joint investments
a group of like-minded people, interested in investing in the stock market
a group of people that get together to invest in the stock market
a group of people who get together and pool some of their savings and invest together
a group of people who join together and typically contribute a certain amount of money periodically to the club's account
a group of people who join together to learn about
a group of people who meet at least once a month to increase their investment knowledge
a group of people who meet regularly and pool together some of their surplus cash to invest in the share market
a learning vehicle, and with a decent blend of larger-type stocks and smaller companies, Elizabeth Swalocs is obviously not seeking spectacular growth, but more sustained and predictable growth,' he says
a long-term enterprise, so there must be a certain degree of cohesion among group members in order to minimize some of the potential problems mentioned here
a partnership of investor s pooling their resources to make security purchases based on a consensus of opinion
a partnership of members organized
a small group of individual investors who come together to form their own customized mutual fund
a small group of individual investors who come together to learn and build confidence to make educated investment decisions
a small group of individuals who pool their money and invest in a single portfol io
Group of individual investors that manages a securities portfolio by making regular payments and sharing the income and gains generated.
Investment Clubs allow people to pool together and invest in the stock market
A group of individual investors who pool their investment knowledge and money to create a jointly owned and managed portfolio for the purpose of earning positive long-term gains with moderate risk.
An organization that is formed when a group of friends, neighbors, business associates, or others pool their money to invest in stock or other securities. The club may or may not have a written agreement, a charter, or bylaws. Usually the group operates informally with members pledging to pay a regular amount into the club monthly. Some clubs have a committee that gathers information on securities, selects the most promising securities, and recommends that the club invest in them. Other clubs rotate these responsibilities among all their members. Most clubs require all members to vote for or against all investments, sales, trades, and other transactions.
A club organized by individuals to discuss investment options with the ultimate goal of buying and selling securities. Most investment clubs "sell" shares to their members, and the underlying value of the individual members is determined by how many shares they own. The groups usually meet on a regular basis, whereby the members report on companies they were assigned to research. The group then votes on which stocks to buy and sell.
A group of individual investors who club together to buy shares on a collective basis and then share the profits made. This has the advantages of reduced transaction costs, shared knowledge and diversification.
Group of private investors who club together to buy shares on a collective basis. It is a useful way to learn about stock market investing and helps pool investment risk. Profits are split between the club members, too. The lobbying organisation ProShare has a lot of useful information about investment clubs on its web site ( www.proshare.org.uk).
A group of like minded individuals (friends/colleagues/acquaintances) who gather together for the purpose of investing in the stock exchange.
A group of several investors who collectively pool their money and knowledge to make larger investments, learn about investing, and diversify their portfolios.
A group of people who pool their money to make group decisions on investments.
An investment club is a group of individuals who meet on a regular basis for the purpose of investing money.