Columbia event to show how people can make their money work for them

September 7, 2018 by  

Many people would like to improve their overall financial health through investing but are not sure how to get started, and a Columbia event will help to give them the knowledge they need to make wise interment decisions.

Fred Tonnies and Hanna Klachko, who are both experienced investors, will be offering an opportunity for the public to learn the basics of making financial investments. Both these facilitators will be representing the Kansas City Chapter of Better Investing and are members of area investment clubs.

The goal of the event is for each person who takes part to walk away with a better understanding of how to make their money work for them. There will be a review of the most commonly used terms and also tips about interpreting a stock report. Advice will be shared about how to select a stock to purchase and a discussion about some of the tools that may prove useful to an investor.

This free workshop is schedule to last for two hours, and anyone who is interested is welcome. Stationery printers can be called upon to supply copies of any handouts that will be distributed during an event like this.

Columbia’s Daniel Boone Library will be hosting this session, and It will begin a 6:30 pm. The organizer can be consulted through its website for additional information.