The Top Changes to Make to Your Portfolio Before – and After – the 2016 Election
Your Money, Your Retirement, and the 2016 Presidential Election
What changes will you need to make to your portfolio before and after the election?
Will the election impact the asset mix in your portfolio — international stocks vs. domestic, fixed income and currencies, gold?
Under President Clinton, experts suggest selling consumer discretionary stocks and buying energy stocks. Under President Trump, experts recommend selling consumer staples stocks and buying financials.
Join us as our panel of the world's top financial experts provide trusted information on the investment risks and opportunities that arise with the upcoming presidential election in November.
Topics covered will include:
- Which sectors are likely to flourish or deteriorate under a Clinton or Trump administration.
- What strategic and tactical changes should financial advisers—either independent and broker-affiliated—make to their clients' portfolios over the next several months due to the candidates' wildly differing plans for the U.S. economy.
- What each candidate means for Social Security, 401(k) plans and retirement in general in the U.S.
The event is complimentary.
Seating is limited and reservations are required.
Stephan Horan, PhD., CFA, CIPM, Managing Director, Credentialing, CFA Institute
Robert R. Johnson, Ph.D, CFA, CAIA, President and Chief Executive Officer, The American College of Financial Services and author of Invest with the Fed
Scott H. Kessler, Deputy Global Director, S&P Equity Research Services
David Callaway, CEO, TheStreet
Robert Powell, Columnist/Contributor, USA TODAY, MarketWatch and The Wall Street Journal
Time, Date and Location
6pm - 9pm
Monday, September 12, 2016
132 W 44th St.
New York, NY 10036