Local stock market expert offers investing seminar through Aims Corporate Education Division

GREELEY — The volatile fluctuations of the stock market in the past two years have created considerable confusion and fear for many investors. People are fleeing the market and investing record amounts into U.S. Treasury notes, bills and bonds. But is this trend the smartest play for the investor today? Should today’s investor be satisfied with yields that are less than the rate of inflation?

Aims Corporate Education Division presents a six-part workshop to confront these questions head-on. Taught by former New York Stock Exchange Member and Arbitrator, Karen Korins, Confident Investing focuses on providing investors with the knowledge and confidence to make the best decisions for their investment goals.  

“As a former floor trader, I can tell you that the market moves between fear and greed, and the direction of that movement is based on the public’s confidence or lack of confidence in the market,” Korins said. “These seminars will teach investors how to use the tools available to them to determine what to invest in and when to do it.”

The series will be held at the Aims Corporate Education Division each Tuesday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m, beginning on Sept. 21 through Oct. 26. Participants can attend any or all seminars for $29 each.  

Sept. 21: Investing and Speculating

Sept 28: The Securities Markets

Oct. 5: Why Consider Stocks?

Oct. 12: Macroeconomics: Implementing Strategies to Agree with the Current Economic View

Oct. 19: Volatility: It’s All Greek to Me

Oct. 26: How the “Insiders” Trade

For more information and to register, visit www.aimsced.com/

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:

Karen Korins was one of the first women brokers hired by any Wall Street firm (Hayden Stone and Company) and was one of the very early women to hold a seat 
membership at the New York Stock Exchange. After working for a number of Wall Street firms in New York and Chicago, Karen formed her own floor execution company in the ’80s and operated on the Exchange floor for a number of years. She has extensive experience in options and other derivative securities and has been an arbitrator for the New York Stock Exchange and an expert  witness for the Securities and Exchange Commission. While at Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart in Purchase, New York, Korins was awarded two National Defense Education Act fellowships to study Russian at the University of Michigan, Indiana University, and in the former Soviet Union. 


In Colorado, Korins was a Monfort Executive Professor of Finance at the Malcolm Baldrige award winning Monfort College of Business at the University of Northern Colorado. She served on the Board of the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra and was its Treasurer from 2005-2007; on the 
Investment Committee for the University of Northern Colorado Foundation; and most recently as the Treasurer 
for the Women’s Fund of Weld County and is the President of the Greeley Republican Women.

Aims Community College is one of the most progressive two-year colleges in Colorado. Founded in 1967 in Greeley, Aims has since established locations in Fort Lupton, Loveland and Windsor. Curriculum now includes 4,000 day, evening, weekend and online courses annually in more than 160 degree and certificate programs.

Aims Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. 

Aims Community College is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and an Equal Opportunity Educational Institution.

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One Response to Local stock market expert offers investing seminar through Aims Corporate Education Division

  1. Yolanda says:

    I am interested in getting some stock, and bonds with community colleges. but I have not idea where or how to start. I’ve tried Scotts Trade but they want me to invested in thing that they want I want something I want for me not for someone else’s desires.

    Thank you,

    Yolanda Diaz

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