Financial Advisor IQ’s webcast “Opportunities and Challenges at Mid-Year 2017,” sponsored by OppenheimerFunds is now available for on-demand viewing. The 45-minute discussion reflects on performance thus far this year and what may lie ahead. Our panelists also addressed which sectors are strong and which are poised to bounce back in the second half.
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Panelists also reveal key market and macro risks, their most compelling sectors and regions, the role the Fed is likely to play in the markets, and the effects of outside forces – including the White House and Capitol Hill.
The panel features two financial advisors whose firms were recently ranked in the FT 300 list of top RIAs: Jennifer Ellison, a principal at Bingham, Osborn & Scarborough, and Brian Flynn, a vice president at Dynasty Private Wealth. They were joined by Brian Levitt, a senior investment strategist at OppenheimerFunds. The panel was moderated by Financial Advisor IQ managing editor Bruce Love.
There is no cost for this webinar.
Jennifer Ellison, principal, Bingham, Osborn & Scarborough
Brian Flynn, vice president, Dynasty Private Wealth
Brian Levitt, senior investment strategist, OppenheimerFunds
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