This spring semester, our Stock Market for Beginners On-Campus Tour begins at the 5 Claremont Colleges (5C’s) campuses as well as Claremont Graduate University!
All students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend each of our live events taught by top stock market experts from CNBC, world class analysts, strategists, authors, and even stock exchange board members. These events are open to high school and college students from surrounding Los Angeles, Orange County, and Riverside areas as well.
None of the classes will require any prior knowledge or experience with finance or investing. Events in this series are designed to provide step-by-step instructions for any beginner to become confident at managing their own money.
Events will include meet and greet lunches, dinners, as well as Q&A sessions with the instructors.
Shoutout to the Scripps Womens in Finance, Accounting, and Consulting Club and the Harvey Mudd Student Investment Fund for making these events possible.
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On-Campus Event Contact at The Claremont Colleges:
Claremont Colleges Students, please contact the Scripps Women in Finance, Accounting, and Consulting club for info:
Series Event Dates (More Added Soon)
How to Trade Stocks Part-Time with Full-Time School & Work (Instructor: Corey Rosenbloom)
Date: Feb. 19th, 7:00PM
Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/834032956656263/
Description: Want to learn the basics of investing and trading stocks for income? Scripps Women in Finance Accounting and Consulting (FAC) is partnering with Jeffrey Lin (HMC ’05) of StockSessions.com to organize on-campus seminars on practical investing skills. This seminar will teach you how to research & analyze opportunities, plan low-risk strategies for each trade, and know when to buy and sell–skills you can use even while balancing work and/or school. No prior experience/knowledge is necessary!
Instructor: Corey Rosenbloom, CMT (Chartered Market Technician). Founder and president of Afraid to Trade http://afraidtotrade.com/, which details trading strategy for the public. Mr. Rosenbloom regularly contributes to TradeStation’s “Morning Market Briefing” and is a speaker at MoneyShow financial conferences. He is also the author of “The Complete Trading Course: Price Patterns, Strategies, Setups, and Execution Tactics”. Mr. Rosenbloom will also share about his career path, with a brief Q/A following the session.
Date: Feb. 28th, 1:00 PM
Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/652946918144183/
Description: Expand what you’ve learned in Stock Trading 101 https://www.facebook.com/events/834032956656263/?fref=ts by learning about options! As leveraged financial instruments, options can be used to grow small accounts very quickly with defined risk. Scripps Women in Finance Accounting and Consulting (FAC) is partnering with Jeffrey Lin (HMC ’05) of StockSessions.com to organize on-campus seminars on practical investing skills. This seminar will teach you how to trade options and grow your account. Using solid options trading techniques and guidelines, anyone can grow a small portfolio or speculation account into a sizable fund.
Instructor: Bob Lang. private trader in equity and option markets at his company, Aztec Capital LLC, and the founder of Explosive Options http://explosiveoptions.net/. Through Explosive Options, Lang mentors subscribers to make options trading for income more accessible. He also serves as one of Jim Cramer’s go-to technical experts on Mad Money and regularly contributes to TheStreet.com. Previously, Lang managed a $300 million pension and 401(k) plan for Sunkist Growers and worked with floor traders in the active bond-trading group of Countrywide Capital Markets.
How Corporate Strategies Affect Your Investments. (Instructor: Shane Ouchi, Harvey Mudd ’05)
Date: Mar. 28th, 1:00 PM
Description: Inside look into corporate strategies every investor needs to know. Learn practical methods, as investors, to decipher what a company’s action means for your investment.
Instructor: Shane Ouchi, Harvey Mudd ’05. Head of Business Operations at OTOY (http://otoy.com), a technology leader in delivering real-time, cinema-quality 3D graphics to filmmakers, 3D designers, animators, game developers with advanced cloud computing technology.