Elections, Disease, Market Seers and Other Annoying Phenomena Confronting Year-End, and Why 2019 Hated 2020
Founder, Executive Chairman and Co-Chief Investment Officer, Fisher Investments
Ken Fisher is the founder, executive chairman and co-chief investment officer of Fisher Investments, a $132-billion money management company serving 75,000 clients worldwide. He has penned the Forbes Portfolio Strategy Column for 32 years, making him the longest running columnist in Forbes’ history. With 11 books, (and four New York Times bestsellers) under his belt, Fisher writes regular monthly columns in 12 Western European and Asian nations. He is a prize-winning researcher of a dozen scholarly articles and holder of a Fabozzi/Jacobs Levy Award; his 1970s theoretical research led to the price-to-sales ratio, now a standard part of the financial curriculum.
In this presentation, Ken will display the what and why of several semi-predictable outcomes of American elections, why most market seers must always be wrong, have been this year and will continue to. Then, he will delve into the most basic market lesson to learn from the COVID-19 experience that you can apply broadly to other market phenomena, and why the 2020’s weak 1st half, tied to 2019, tells you nothing about it’s back half. Ken will further delve into more specific views about how he sees markets for the back half of 2020 and into 2021 focusing on tools he has long utilized including the Pessimism of Disbelief and Confirmation Bias.
Attend this webinar and learn
o How the 2020 bear and new bull market is the same and different than prior ones.
o How to know what to expect in markets from the November election regardless of who wins.
o How to understand why what so many viewed as the stock market irrationally disconnected from a disastrous economy is not only rational but the way markets are supposed to work.