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Coronavirus and Market Update Webinar

This podcast features an audio excerpt from a Market Update Webinar provided exclusively for Fisher Investments clients. In this podcast, Fisher Investments’ Senior Vice President of Research and Investment Policy Committee Member, Michael Hanson discusses recent market volatility and our current outlook.

Since hitting all-time highs in mid-February, markets entered one of the swiftest downturns in history, largely based on fears over the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite all the fear, we believe what’s most important for investors is to stay disciplined and avoid short-sighted investing mistakes.

While many believe recession is a foregone conclusion, we aren’t so sure. Institutional closures in response to the pandemic increase the likelihood of recession, but the duration of these closures matters a lot too. Michael discusses three potential scenarios regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and what each might mean for markets.

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Market Insights Podcast: September 2019 – Brexit Update

In this episode, Client Communications Group Vice President Naj Srinivas speaks with Research Analyst Seth Groener about Brexit—recent events, the current timeline and potential outcomes. Recorded September 20.

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September 2019 Brexit Update

In this episode, Client Communications Group Vice President Naj Srinivas speaks with Research Analyst Seth Groener about Brexit—recent events, the current timeline and potential outcomes. Recorded September 20.

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Yield Curve Changes and the Current Lending Environment

In this episode, Client Communications Group Vice President Naj Srinivas speaks with Research Analyst Christo Barker about changes to the short and long end of the yield curve in recent months, how this has affected the lending environment, and other considerations and drivers for the Financials sector. Recorded August 30, 2019.

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Summer 2019 - Capital Markets Update Excerpt

In this presentation, you will hear the Investment Policy Committee discussing the firm’s current portfolio strategy. The main feature is approximately 13 minutes.

Featuring: Ken Fisher, Executive Chairman &​ Co-Chief Investment Officer; Jeff Silk, Vice Chairman &​ Co-Chief Investment Officer; Bill Glaser, Executive Vice President, Portfolio Management; Aaron Anderson, Senior Vice President, Research; Michael Hanson, Senior Vice President, Research; Jessica Smith, Client Services Vice President.

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Ken Fisher on the Bull Market's 10th Anniversary

In this podcast, Client Communications Group Vice President Naj Srinivas speaks with Fisher Investments’ founder, Executive Chairman and Co-Chief Investment Officer Ken Fisher about the past 10 years of this bull market—including how it started, how it has progressed and whether there is still more room to run.

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Trade Wars, Yield Curves, Government Shutdowns and Other Recent Client Questions

In this episode, Client Communications Group Vice President Naj Srinivas speaks with Research Analyst Scott Botterman about recent common client questions. Recorded February 1.

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Ken Fisher's 2019 Market Forecast

In this episode, Client Communications Group Vice President Naj Srinivas speaks with Fisher Investments’ founder, Executive Chairman and Co-Chief Investment Officer Ken Fisher about 2018’s end-of-year volatility and his market forecast for 2019.

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Ken Fisher on Why Poor States Have Republican Legislatures and Rich Have Democratic

In this podcast, Fisher Investments’ founder, Executive Chairman and Co-Chief Investment Officer Ken Fisher discusses his recent USA Today article on the partisan composition of US state legislatures. Recorded October 23, 2018.

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Perspectives on Recent Market Volatility

In this episode, Client Communications Group Vice President Naj Srinivas speaks with Investment Policy Committee member Michael Hanson about what’s driving recent market volatility and the firm’s outlook looking forward. Recorded December 19, 2018.

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