Webinar | Market Analysis: COVID-19, crude oil, and stimulus

    U.S. and global markets traded sharply lower in March of 2020 and formally entered a market correction. The Coronavirus and a collapsing energy market both pressured equity prices lower, while Washington and the Federal Reserve worked to support and stabilize markets.


    On March 18th we shared our perspective on the market move. Specifically, we discussed...

    • Economic ramifications of coronavirus
    • What’s happening with oil
    • Are we near the bottom
    • Positioning your portfolio
    • What opportunities are presenting themselves


     

    Meet the presenter:
     

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    Matt Dmytryszyn, CFA
    Matt comes to Telemus with 18 years of investment experience. Prior to joining Telemus, Matt was a Principal with LaSalle Street Capital Management, LLC, where he was involved in equity research and portfolio management for the firm’s large and small cap portfolios. Prior to that, he was a Senior Research Analyst with Russell Investments where he was responsible for manager research on Large Cap Market Oriented managers as well as served as the Chairman of the Direct Investing Research Team. Matt has been published in an Institutional Investor journal as well as quoted in Barron’s and Money Magazine.

    Matt Dmytryszyn

    Matt joined the Telemus team in 2018. As Director of Investments, he leads the firms the investment process and research effort. Matt has experience as an equity analyst and portfolio manager and has advised corporate pension plans on their manager selection. He’s been quoted in Money Magazine and Barron’s.

    Matt Dmytryszyn mdmytryszyn@telemus.com

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