WEBCASTS

Income, the Fed and What to Look for in 2020

As investors shift around their assets to adapt to the year ahead, many are considering major upcoming events and the best ways to protect their portfolio against potential twists and turns. In this upcoming webcast, Northern Trust Asset Management Chief Economist Carl Tannenbaum and ETF Trends will touch upon the prevailing market themes, along with the potential flashpoints from the Federal Reserve's ongoing monetary policy to the changing political climate, and look for ways to better manage income expectations in 2020.

February 11, 2020
10am PST | 1pm EST
1 CE Credit
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SUMMARY

Topics will include:

  • An overview of the market and potential risks ahead
  • How investors should approach the Federal Reserve's monetary policy stance
  • Why politics will be a big factor this year
  • How financial advisors can position a diversified income portfolio to help meet the challenges ahead

Accepted for one hour of CFP/CIMA CE credit for live and on-demand attendees

CFA Institute members are encouraged to self-document their continuing professional development activities in their online CE tracker.

SPEAKERS

Carl Tannenbaum

Chief Economist
Northern Trust Asset Management

Tom Lydon

CEO
ETF Trends

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Important Disclosures

This complimentary webcast is for financial professionals only and is closed to the public.

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