The Chicago Federal Reserve Bank and various organizations including the American Library Association are promoting personal financial literacy by offering programs and providing resources to help us all improve our personal financial situations.
April is almost over, but that doesn't mean that Fresh City Life My Branch adult cultural programming is! Join us this week and learn some new technology, sip a beverage, or dream about having a martini with James Bond!
Want to take your investing to the next level? Learn to use the Denver Public Library database ValueLine at Ross University Hills during Tuesday Technology Night on Tuesday, April 24 at 6 p.m. ValueLine has a wealth of information to help you make wise investment decisions--and it's always available with your library card from any computer!
Fresh City Life My Branch has a program for you this week, whether you want to learn about investing your money, training your dog, or just sit back and create a craft!
Our Introduction to Investing will be on Saturday, October 8 at 9:30 a.m. at Bear Valley. This 3-hour beginner-level class describes the fundamental investment principles and how they contribute to investment success. You'll learn basic financial terms, where to do research, what data is important in sources like Value Line, and how to find it. You'll learn commonly used terms that are important for any investor to understand.
Money! Money! We all need it and there’s never enough of it!
You already know about using the library to borrow DVDs, books and music. Have you used the Value Line database to better understand your investments? Check out the many materials that DPL has to assist in saving and investing money.
Feeling a bit crazed with everything going on in your life? Come relax at a Fresh City Life My Branch program this week!
Maybe you're worried about your money, and whether you're investing it in a legitimate place. Ease your mind with Outsmarting Investment Fraud presented by the FINRA Investor Education Foundation on Thursday, June 16 at 6:00 p.m. at the Bear Valley Branch. Learn questions to ask and how to find out if an investment product or professional is legitimate.
Fresh City Life My Branch has exciting programs for you this week!
On Monday, May 2 at 6 p.m. at SchlessmanFamily Branch you can learn how to Outsmarting Investment Fraud. The FINRA Investor Education Foundation will teach you about the basics of safe investing, including questions to ask before making investment decisions, how to verify if an investment product or professional is legitimate, how to identify and report investment fraud, and common fraud tactics and how to avoid them.
Remember the Handbook of Dividend Achievers? It was a quarterly paperback that profiled stocks that paid out good, reliable dividends, which is something of a niche investment market. We no longer carry the handbook, but the same information is available online.
In Mergent Online, click the dropdown marked "Index" and you will find Dividend Achievers right under Denmark. Leave the search box on the left blank, and you will get a list of Mergent's designated achievers. You can also limit by SIC code or exchange. A few words about dividends.
Value Line Plus Small & Mid-Cap is available online for Denver Public Library card holders. This new expanded version now offers small & mid-cap information online. Whether you are investigating playing the stock market for the first time or you're an experienced investor, there is something for you here.
The Value Line Investment Survey, published weekly, tracks approximately 1,700 stocks in over 90 industries. Its Timeliness Ranking System ranks stocks on a scale of 1 to 5 for probable market performance over the next 6 to 12 months. The Small & Mid-Cap Survey reports on approximately 1,800 small & mid-cap stocks not included in The Value Line Investment Survey. These mostly small-capitalization stocks are ranked for Performance, Technical Merit, and Safety.