Fritz Meyer's 4Q2014 Analysis Webinar -- Two CE Credits

Fritz Meyer's 4Q2014 Analysis Webinar -- Two CE Credits
Fritz Meyer
Fritz Meyer POV
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CFP® - 2 credits
IMCA - 2 credits
Live CPA - 2 credits
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Stock prices are correcting but fundamentally strong economic data continue. PMIs, car sales, housing starts, new jobs, bank lending all show strong current activity; earnings estimates and the leading economic indicators point to growth ahead.


At this session, we'll cover:

  • There is no shortage of bears.
  • Fed tightening, overvaluation, secular stagnation, a strong dollar, weak oil, and a 5½-year old bull market — how worried should you be?
  • What’s driving lower-than-expected bond yields and what’s it portend?
  • The government’s latest report on poverty and income distribution.
  • Inversions and U.S. tax policy: a politically-charged issue.
  • An update on the performance of Wall Street’s “top” strategists in 2014.

 

Fritz Meyer provides institutional-quality macro analysis, serving as an investment strategist to independent financial professionals. Meyer, who has conducted monthly webinars on A4A since April 2011, previously spent 15 years as a money manager and investment strategist at one of the world’s largest investment companies.

You can purchase Fritz’s monthly slides for $25 a month or buy content based on his research. Fritz is also a popular speaker at client appreciation events sponsored by advisors.

This session is eligible for Two IMCA® CE, CFP® CE, PACE credits toward CLU® and ChFC® designations and Two CPA CPE credits.


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Fritz continues to give advisors the rational arguments (ammunition) to help try + dispel client fears about current stock market conditions. He is a treasure and a force of good thinking - against the sea of poor financial journalism - who rarely if ever has the client's best interests at heart.
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