September 2020 Webinar: A Year of Isolation and Mounting Uncertainties
If there’s one thing that this year has shown us, it’s that nothing is certain. As we try to navigate the rest of 2020, what is the outlook for the economy and the markets - and how will an ongoing pandemic in the middle of election year impact it?
Join us on September 15, 2020 for an online webinar to discuss all of this and more. Here is a brief overview of what we’ll be covering:
- Economic and Market Updates: We’ll take a look at the performance of the S&P 500 as well as price-to-earnings ratios as an indication of whether the stock market is overvalued. Which industries are holding up during this time and which aren’t doing as well?
- Presidential Elections: It’s no surprise that the economy and the markets are affected by election years and candidacy platforms, but how does this year differ from those in years past? Depending on who gets elected, we may be seeing a change in capital gains, step-up in basis, tax rates, and trade policies.
- National Debt and Congressional Spending: We’ll discuss where the national debt is, how congressional spending due to the pandemic is affecting it, and what the Fed is doing to support the economy.
In addition, our webinar will also touch on the strength of the U.S. dollar, whether we’re at risk of inflation or deflation, and strategies for wealth management in this current era.
Join us for our September 2020 webinar!
We know that this year has been hard on everyone. Our goal is to provide you with information that can help you make rational financial decisions in this time of mounting uncertainty. Need to talk with your financial advisor at Chatterton & Associates before attending this webinar? Please contact us today.
The Team at Chatterton & Associates
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