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Nov. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- With President Obama recently re-elected, the U.S. economic expansion will soon enter its forty-second month in January when his second term begins. Since 1900, the S&P 500 fell an average of 9.0% in year one of the four-year presidential cycle whenever the economy had been in expansion for 20 months or more. Will history repeat or will the Fed's continuous priming of the monetary pump help avoid an economic recession and market decline?
S&P Capital IQ's senior equity investment strategists and an ETF analyst will examine these and other issues in a complimentary webinar on
December 13, 2012. Below are some questions they will be addressing in the fourth of a series of quarterly webinars.
Which equity sectors and styles represent attractive potential opportunities as we head into 2013?
Will equity income remain a key to international equity returns in 2013?
What portfolio asset allocation shifts can be made to better leverage the emerging market consumer?
What domestic equity ETFs are positioned favorably for 2013?
Should investors see recent expense ratio cuts from ETF providers as a reason to shift their previous asset allocation decisions?
WHAT: Hosted by
Sam Stovall, Chief Equity Strategist for S&P Capital IQ, this webinar will offer listeners actionable investment intelligence based on S&P Capital IQ's insights.
Questions will be taken from webinar participants after a brief presentation by each panelist.
WHO: S&P Capital IQ's equity strategists and an ETF analyst participating in the webinar are:
Sam Stovall, Chief Equity Strategist, S&P Capital IQ
Alec Young, Global Equity Strategist, S&P Capital IQ
Mark Arbeter, Chief Technical Strategist, S&P Capital IQ
Todd Rosenbluth, ETF Analyst, S&P Capital IQ
WHY: Investors, advisors and financial media can gain access to the financial market intelligence of S&P Capital IQ, one of the world's largest producers of independent equity research. S&P Capital IQ delivers these insights every day through
products, such as
The Outlook and MarketScope Advisor. These products draw from S&P Capital IQ data, knowledge and research from its equity analysts, proprietary STARS coverage and Stock Reports.
WHEN:Thursday, December 13, 2012 at
11:00 a.m. EST, for 90 minutes.
Event Details: Click on the following link
http://ow.ly/fE1wO to register for the event. One hour of CFP continuing education credit is available for this event. (If you experience any difficulty while registering for this event, please contact
Marc Eiger at 516-783-6918, or via e-mail to
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