Asbury Research: 2018 mid-year investment update
|Date: Thursday, July 12, 2018||Duration: 60 minutes||Time: Noon–1 p.m. ET|
John Kosar, Asbury Research's Chief Market Strategist (CMT), returns to update his January 2018 Annual Investment Outlook. During January's webinar, John forecasted relative outperformance by Small Cap and Growth stocks, rising long-term US interest rates, and a strengthening energy sector. You can expect John's mid-year update to provide the usual comprehensive, indepth, under-the-hood look at the US financial landscape, with a special focus on asset allocation and risk management. John's presentation will discuss potential opportunities, as well as areas of particular risk, in US and global stock markets, US market sectors and industry groups, US interest rates, and key exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that track economically influential commodity markets like gold, crude oil and copper.
John Kosar, CMT, has been the Director of Research at Asbury Research LLC since 2005. Asbury Research is an independent research firm that uses its own unique technical/quantitative approach to analyzing financial markets and asset prices to help its clientele of professional investors improve performance and manage risk. Kosar, who spent the first half of his career on the trading floor of the Chicago futures exchanges, has more than 30 years of experience and insight in analyzing and forecasting global financial markets. He is frequently quoted in the financial press in both the US and abroad including The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, Yahoo! Finance, and Reuters, and can regularly be seen on CNBC, Fox Business, and Bloomberg. During his career he has been an analyst and trader for Shearson American Express, NatWest Markets, Greenwich Capital Markets, Deutsche Bank, and Bianco Research.
Please note: This webinar will not be recorded.
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