Coming Soon: Investment Outlook Seminar
Each fall, hundreds of Landaas & Company clients and guests partake in free investment outlook seminars led by Bob Landaas and fellow advisors.
This fall is no exception …except that because of health concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Investment Outlook Seminar will be available online only.
We enjoy doing these seminars, especially seeing everyone who turns out. Unfortunately, this fall we’ll have to miss the personal interactions to help make sure we keep everyone safe.
The year since the 2019 seminar has been like no other.
- The U.S. economy reached a record expansion, both in length and size, before plunging into recession with the onset of the pandemic.
- The financial markets suffered a record setback in March then spent the shortest time ever in bear territory before hitting new highs.
- A swift economic rebound has been slowing, and the markets have been volatile while the global pandemic continues.
As always, Bob will be providing his plain-spoken insights into what has been happening in the economy and the markets and what it means for long-term investors. He will be joined in discussions featuring Kyle Tetting, Brian Kilb, Dave Sandstrom, Art Rothschild and Steve Giles.
The presentations will be available on the Landaas & Company website as well as the Money Talk YouTube channel.
Newsletter subscribers should expect an email notice when the seminar is available for viewing, later in October. In addition, Landaas & Company clients will be notified by email with links to the seminar in their secure Morningstar web portals.
The good news: The 2020 Investment Outlook Seminar is coming. No registration or travel is required.
Meanwhile, keep informed by listening to Bob, Kyle and other advisors each week on the Money Talk Podcast.
(initially posted October 2, 2020)
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