Fritz Meyer Quarterly Economic Update, January 2019 (Two Credits)


Fritz Meyer Quarterly Economic Update, January 2019 (Two Credits)
Fritz Meyer Quarterly Economic Update, January 2019 (Two Credits)
Tue, 15. January 2019, 04:00 PM EST - 05:45 PM EST
Created by:
Ben Resnik


Economic news and financial headlines abounded in the fourth quarter of 2018, but independent economist Fritz Meyer focuses on the most important facts at this 2-hour CE session.

The Fed made a mistake December 19th and the S&P 500 dropped 20% from its September 20th all-time high.

On January 4th, the Fed clarified its policy and stocks rebounded, and, with the yield curve no longer set to invert, Fritz says history suggests they’re cheap.

This is a once a quarter double CE credit 100-minute session in which Fritz covers more than the usual monthly economic fundamentals, updating practitioners on recurring topics, including the performance of sector picks by Wall Street strategists last year, the national debt, and asset rotations.

Fritz Meyer, an independent economist, shares his analysis every month at A4A webinars, giving financial planners and investment fiduciaries inarguable fundamental economic facts. An average of 90 professionals monthly over the last year gave Fritz's CE webinars an average rating of 4.9-stars.

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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.

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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