• Can Congress deliver significant tax cuts?
• Can U.S. GDP grow at 3%?
• Should the U.S. toughen its trade policy?
• Is the Fed's March course correction bad for the economy? For stocks?
At a time of heightened uncertainty, join us for a two-hour analysis of economic fundamentals equipping you to decide on the answers for yourself.
At this session, independent economist Fritz Meyer will give you his analysis of:
• GDP growth
• Fed policy
• Trade deficits
• Leading economic indicators
• Stocks valuations
• Federal debt and deficit
• Consumer income
• Income distribution
• Portfolio returns
• Crude oil
• Wall Street's "top" strategists
If you like Fritz's webinars, here's a free trial enabling you to collaborate with him, portfolio design expert, Dr. Craig Israelsen, and financial and tax planning guru, Bob Keebler, CPA/PFS. "Subscribe," fill in your info, and click the confirmation email sent to you to get instant access to our platform.
From 1999 to 2008, Fritz Meyer was the senior strategist at one of the world’s largest investment companies. In April 2009, he became chief investment strategist for independent professionals by presenting webinars monthly on A4A. Every month, in addition to Fritz, A4A also gives you tax and financial planning presentations by Robert Keebler, CPA/PFS, who has educated legal and accounting professionals for over three decades, and Dr. Craig Israelsen, an expert on low-cost investing. You can also extend the collaboration with Fritz, Bob, Craig to your clients. This video playlist tells you about our breakthrough ecosystem for financial planning professionals and investment fiduciaries.
This webinar is eligible for two IMCA® CE, CFP® CE, PACE credits toward CLU® and ChFC® designations and two live CPA CPE credits.
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0 of 0 people found the following review helpfulThough the webinar covered many areas it didn't feel like information was just being thrown at me. The presenter made things 'fit."
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