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HIGH GROWTH STOCK INVESTING STUDY GROUP (HGSI)
What: The premise of the High Growth Stock Investor Group is "Knowledge becomes stronger when passed on to others". We have created an environment for continuing education and open discussion between well-informed members and guest speakers in matters of using Fundamental and Technical Analysis for the buying and selling of equities.

Interested guests are always welcome. Bring them along or have them send me an e-mail (with their name and phone number), and they will be added to our mailing list. Note please, that we are an official Study Group of the Alamo PC Organization. Non-members are requested to become members of this very worthwhile group. The fee is $45/year. For information about joining Alamo PC call the Alamo PC Computer Learning Center at (210) 736-0700 or look at the How To Join information on the web site.

DIRECTIONS: The meetings will take place in the Conference Room at the SATC Building located at 3463 Magic Drive. Magic Drive is a short Street. It intersects Fredericksburg Drive one block south of Callaghan. The Warren Inn is on that corner. It is the only three story building in the block. Park in the rear and use the doors on the West End (nearer to Fredericksburg Rd). Call at 735-3288 if you are lost or if the doors happen to be locked.


When: Meets on the First Thursday of the month from 6 pm to 8 pm (meeting length may vary)
Where: Contact the instructor, Maynard Burstein, at (210) 735-3288 for exact meeting location, usually held in the Conference Room at 3463 Magic Drive
Prerequisites: To register contact Maynard Burstein at (210) 735-3288
Tuition fee:  Free with your membership in the Alamo PC Organization
Technical Rating Code: *->***
Study Group Leader: Maynard Burstein  (210) 735-3288

 
Technical Content Ratings:
* For the beginner, no experience necessary and no prerequisites.
** Assumes some basic familiarity with the subject but is not a technical course.
*** Assumes that the student is somewhat familiar with the subject and will discuss.
**** Assumes that the student is competent in the material and will be technical.


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