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Space Coast Chapter Newsletters
The Space Coast Chapter publishes a quarterly newsletter with all kinds of interesting articles and ideas. It is emailed to all BetterInvesting members in the Space Coast Chapter using our Interspire communications channel in addition to this web page. The issues are available for download in Adobe PDF format.
Chapter ArticlesWhy Join an Investment Club?
Are You Suffering from a Low T Investing Program?
Stress Test Your Portfolio
Links to Supplemental Material presented at BINC2019
BINC2019 - Technology - Roster Managment 3D plotting: this video shows how to setup 3D plotting using Excel 2013 (or later) as applied to the chapter's membership rolls. Shortly before BINC the website that provided the ZIP3 Coding (slide #46) was depricated. It has been replace with this one at GBSmaps.
314A - Nuggets: First Cut Stock Studies (made easier) online handouts:
click here to view the "First Cut Stock Study Note Taking Worksheet" discussed at BINC Volunteer Training
click here to download an editable copy of this same worksheet that you can use for your own note taking.
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