With unemployment rates at 50-year lows, rising wages and low interest rates, consumer confidence at the end of 2019 is at its highest level since the 1990s. These conditions suggest steady and consistent economic growth in 2020; however, there are some key factors at play that have the potential to significantly alter the economic landscape.


On January 8th, we hosted a webinar on our investment strategy for 2020. Specifically, we discussed...

  • How a deterioration in economic conditions has the potential to cause a market downturn
  • Why it’s more important than ever for investors to keep a close eye on their risk
  • Why the outlook for alternative assets is more challenging than in recent years
  • The asset markets that are on the verge of forming a bubble

 


 

Meet the presenter:
 

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Matt Dmytryszyn, CFA
Matt is Telemus’ Director of Investments. As Director, Matt uses his 18 years of investment experience to help develop the investment strategy for the firm and spearhead the research of traditional investment managers and funds. Matt also supports the firm’s asset allocation effort along with researching alternative investment strategies.

Matt has been published in an Institutional Investor journal as well as quoted in Barron’s and Money Magazine.

PAST PERFORMANCE IS NOT A GUARANTEE OF FUTURE RESULTS. This commentary is a matter of opinion and is for informational purposes only. It is not intended as investment advice and does not address or account for individual investor circumstances. Investment decisions should always be made based on the client's specific financial needs, goals and objectives, time horizon and risk tolerance. The statements contained herein are based solely upon the opinions of Telemus Capital, LLC. All opinions and views constitute our judgments as of the date of writing and are subject to change at any time without notice. Information was obtained from third party sources, which we believe to be reliable, but not guaranteed.

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