US Market Outlook Part II: Post Presidential Election and COVID-19
Wednesday, Nov 11, 2020
In April, we heard from BlackRock’s Kurt Reiman with predictions about what the US market might do under the pressures of the global pandemic. Now, seven months later, the same group of speakers will revisit those predictions and the current state of the US economy in consideration of both Covid-19 and the US presidential election.
In this discussion, we will hear from experts at BlackRock as they examine where the market is, where it is going, and how to think about the macroeconomics of the new financial policies put into place in the US to address the current economic challenges.
Please note that this event will only take place live and will not be recorded. You can submit questions for consideration prior to the event when you register.
Who Should Attend
Anyone who is interested in the current state of the US investment markets and wonders how COVID-19 and the outcome of the US presidential election might affect future prosperity.
Time: 2:30PMPM to 3:30PM EST
This event will NOT be recorded.
Please register via the Swissnex Page to receive the virtual Meeting Link
Chad Brown | CFA, Vice President and Investment Management Consultant | Blackrock’s US Wealth Advisory group
Chad Brown, CFA, is a Vice President and Investment Management Consultant in Blackrock’s US Wealth Advisory group. In his current role Mr. Brown works with independent financial advisors throughout the Greater New England area to solve for various client challenges related to investments. He also works closely with BlackRock’s Aladdin Portfolio Services group to help financial advisors build better portfolios. Chad joined BlackRock in December of 2016.Prior to BlackRock Chad started his career out of college at Eaton Vance in Boston, MA. He started on the shareholder services desk and eventually their sales desk for 5 years. He attended University of New Hampshire where he graduated in 2012. He currently resides in Dedham, MA.
David Long | Managing Partner | Progressive Investors Network
David Long is a Managing Partner at Progressive Investors Network. David takes a planning-based approach to wealth management, advising individuals, families, and organizations by drawing extensively on PIN’s resources. David creates tailored portfolios to ensure his clients’ receive a customized strategy utilizing equity, fixed income, and alternatives. He pays particular attention to the risk level of a portfolio in order to assure that clients protect their purchasing power and do not assume unnecessary risk in order to meet their income and growth goals.
Prior to Progressive Investors Network David worked as an Investment Advisor at JP Morgan Chase & Co. While in college, David began his financial services career at NASDAQ in 2013. David graduated from Bentley University, where he earned a B.S. in Finance with a minor in Political Science.
Kurt Reiman, Managing Director, is a member of the BlackRock Investment Institute (BII) and Senior Strategist for North America. In this role, Kurt contributes to the formation of BII’s tactical investment views and delivers the team’s macroeconomic and financial market outlook to investment professionals and the media throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Kurt joined BlackRock in 2013 as a Global Investment Strategist based in New York within the firm’s Multi-Asset Strategies group, bringing with him over 15 years of experience in investment research and strategy. In 2016, Kurt was appointed as the Chief Investment Strategist for Canada, based in Toronto. He generated investment insights on Canada’s financial markets and communicated them to clients, BlackRock’s investors and client-facing professionals. He also appeared regularly in the financial news media, including BNN Bloomberg, the Financial Post and the Globe and Mail.
Joshua Wilson is a Managing Partner at progressive Investors Network. Josh provides comprehensive financial planning, specializing in mitigating risk for small business owners, endowments, and nonprofits through wealth and risk management. Josh started his financial career on Wall Street shortly after graduating with a B.A. in Theology from Valley Forge University.
Josh lives in North Reading, MA with his wife and growing family. In his free time, he serves as Chair of the Board for a Human Rights Committee, whose work has inspired him to incorporate social and environmental concerns into his everyday business practices. He serves as a community pastor as needed. More recently, he has chosen to focus on his family, particularly his daughter Adalina, who has Down Syndrome. The entire family has taken an active fundraising role in the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress as well as serving as an ambassador for families welcoming a child with Down Syndrome.