Fritz Meyer Quarterly Economic Update, October 2018 (Two Credits)


Fritz Meyer Quarterly Economic Update, October 2018 (Two Credits)
Fritz Meyer Quarterly Economic Update, October 2018 (Two Credits)
Tue, 9. October 2018, 04:00 PM EST - 05:45 PM EST
Created by:
Ben Resnik


Fritz Meyer's snapshot of everything important, according to current economic figures, at this session includes:

Upward revisions of good surprises consistently
3.1% Fed 2018 GDP growth forecast is up from +2.1% a year ago
New highs consistently for S&P 500 12-month expected earnings and sales revenue for 2018 and 2019
Valuations are fair, at 18.2X 2018 expected earnings and 16.4X 2019 expected earnings
Following 9/26 FOMC meeting, Fed chair Jerome Powell said the "remarkably positive" outlook is not too good to be true

At this two-hour session, economist Fritz Meyer analyzes key fundamentals driving the economy and financial markets.

Over the last 12 months, Fritz's monthly sessions averaged a 4.9 star-rating from an average of about 90 professionals who took time each month to review the sessions.

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Fritz was the strategist at one of the world's largest investment companies for over a decade, before going independent and becoming a popular monthly presenter on A4A in 2011. He's not affiliated with any products, political party, or school of economic thought. Fritz's pragmatic analysis earns his presentations 4.8-star ratings monthly.

This webinar is eligible for two hours of CE credit towards the CIMA® and CPWA® certifications, two CFP® CE, two PACE credits toward the CLU® and ChFC® designations and two live CPA CPE credits.

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