What have been the most important changes made in investing in the last 50 years?  What drove these changes and what can be learned from them?  Are we all doomed, or are the investment markets within normal range?  What should young people know now as they enter the job market? Join us for this series of online financial webinars, to be given by our own Paul Merriman June 2, 3 and 10.

These talks will be done using Zoom, the online video conferencing system that many of us have used in these interesting times. The talks are free and open to all who have access to Zoom supported devices, and each will be followed by a question and answer session.  If you have never used Zoom before, you may want to signup ahead of time, and download the app on the devices you will be using. To do so, visit https://zoom.us/

June 2, 2020  2pm (for students and parents)

10 Simple Investment Decisions Guaranteed to Change Your Financial Future

 Learn the importance of early investments in the right funds that can make million dollar differences in your retirement.  It is never too soon to learn what your decisions can do for you 50 years from now.  The proper habits made now can help you secure your future.

June 3, 2020 10am {for in-career or retired investors)

The Past, Present, and Future of Investing

What are the most important lessons learned about investing in the last 50 years? How can we use them to make more money for our retirement? What 3 myths cost investors up to half their retirement savings? What three people changed investing forever? Test and other questions about the history and future of investing will be explored.

June 10, 2020 10am {for in-career or retired investors}

How to Invest in a Bear Market

 What is a bear market?  How often do they happen and how bad have they been?  These and other questions will be addressed in this timely talk. 

To register for these talks, visit this Bainbridge Community Foundation webpage: https://bainbridgecf.org/our-financial-education-programming-is-going-online/

The talks are sponsored by Bainbridge Community Foundation and Library U. Library U is sponsored by Bainbridge Public Library with support from the Bainbridge Island Friends of the Library and a generous donation in memory of Louise Brody Weissman.