Investment Club in Munich

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I'd like to create an investment club- not a pooling of assets, rather a chance for current and future investors living in Germany (not just in Munich) to get together and discuss investment strategies and share ideas with each other. Let me know if you are interested and we'll decide where and when to meet.

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Good initiative, the worst that can happen is that you ignore the mutual advice flying around. Depending o nwhen I'm also in.

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Hi, let me know what you decide / arrange and you can count me in.

 

Best Regards

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Is the venue, date and time finalized. If yes, we need to move further with who speaks about what and if we need any kind of presentation stuff?

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jackal, we have finalized a time, date, and location- the same as in the PMs. I did not have a formal agenda in mind, just informal introductions and conversations during/after a meal. Each of us has our own set if circumstances and questions and my idea was for us to share experiences with each other and answer each others' questions. If there is something specific you have in mind that you would like to discuss, by all means let us know in advance, and we'll be sure to address it. Investing is a broad topic and I would like to ensure that we address all questions or issues that any attendee might have.

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Couple items from me:

 

Outlook of German Economy

Review of Available investment options : Bonds, Stocks, Interest Rates, Treasury Bills, etc..

Review of Financial Institutions, Brokers,etc..

Tax free investments, off shore, emerging markets, etc...

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Review of Available investment options : Bonds, Stocks, Interest Rates, Treasury Bills, etc..

Review of Financial Institutions, Brokers,etc..

I'm interested in these two especially. I'm not new to investing, but new to investing in Germany, so any head starts (which brokerage are cheapest, etc).

 

I'm also curious because I've been told it is especially difficult for American's to invest in Germany using German brokerages/mutual funds.

 

Looking forward to it!

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