Double in Lieu Of
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Posted in Spring 2009, The S.E.C. History Files on April 2009
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An interesting technique to start a multiple exchange is often over-looked, and many transactions that “could have been” never got off the ground. I can best explain the technique by referring to a personal experience, a “double in lieu of” and happy conclusion. The important thing is to know the technique and put it to work.

Stimulating Discussion
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Posted in Spring 2007, The S.E.C. History Files on May 2007
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Most contributions in a group are made in relation to something said by another member. The role of the moderator in a meeting involves a great deal more than merely sitting at the head of the table and having the participants present, including: Stimulate Discussions Guide the Discussion Encourage All to Participate Control or Form […]

The Moderator’s Role
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Posted in Fall 2006, The S.E.C. History Files on September 2006
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Editor’s Note: This article is from a collection of articles given to the Society last year by Yvonne’s son, Ron Nasch. The moderator’s role is unique in as much as a moderator has a multitude of duties to perform. He is an analyst and is assessing the situation, defining the problem, restating the problem, brainstorming, […]

How to Make Money for Your Own Account
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Posted in Spring 2006, The S.E.C. History Files on May 2006
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How do we make money for our own account? By consistent planning we call “Estate Planning.” It’s amazing that when you mention estate planning the majority of people think that it in terms of death. They consider its sole function to be the passing of their estate to their heirs with a minimum of shrinkage. […]