Investor Education



In today's self-directed world, Americans fend for themselves when it comes to investing.  Whether we like it or not, when the time comes to seek investment advice, we end up seeking that advice directly from the point of sale of investment services and products.


The moment a financial service provider has a service or product to sell you, all objectivity goes out the window and you enter to world of conflicted advice.

"its one of the most important things at the end of the day, being able to say no to an investment."

-Henry Kravis

Knowledge, Experience, and Independence


Investing is a necessary life skill, but who do you turn to to develop investment knowledge?


Most investor education programs today have direct links to the financial services industry.  These programs are more about sales and marketing and offer very little practical insight into the investment world.


Our independence combined with our broad in-depth industry knowledge allows us to provide our program participants with the practical knowledge they need to make well informed investment decisions.  We're teaching things that Wall Street doesn't want investors to know.


Our programs are customized to meet the needs of different types of investors, including: individual investors, family offices, 401k plans, endowment and pension investment committees,  as well as college level programs



Independent Investors Corporation

A not-for-profit organization