FSInsight Virtual Conference: Post Election Roundup and Market Strategy

Wondering How to Position Your Portfolio Post-Election?

Join us for an Exclusive Virtual Conference as the leading Strategists at FSInsight provide their insights into where the markets are headed and how to position your portfolio in a post-election world.

for FSI Macro and FSI Pro members only
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Thursday, November 26, 2020 3:00PM ET
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Panel of Speakers

Tom Lee

Tom Lee AC

Co-founder and Head of Research

Previously Chief Equity Strategist at J.P. Morgan from 2007 to 2014, top-ranked by Institutional Investor every year since 1998.

Tom Lee

L . Thomas Block

Washington Policy Strategist

Formerly Global Head of Government Relations at J.P. Morgan for 21 years, and previously served as Legislative Assistant and Chief of Staff in the House, and Legislative Staff Director in the Senate.

Tom Lee

Brian Rauscher, CFA AC

Head of Global Portfolio Strategy and Asset Allocation

Prior to joining FS Insight, Brian spent eight years at Robert W. Baird & Co. as Chief Global Portfolio Strategist. He has also worked on the buy side as the U.S. Equity Strategist at Fortress Investment Group on the Liquid Macro Hedge Fund.

Tom Lee

Robert Sluymer

Managing Director and Technical Strategist

Former Managing Director leading RBC’s U.S. Technical Research team with over 26 years of expertise in investment research and technical analysis.

Tom Lee

David Grider

Lead Digital Asset Strategist

Director and Senior Analyst at FSInsight, overseeing emerging tech research within the blockchain, fintech and internet space.

Tom Lee

David Zion, CFA, CPA

SPECIAL GUEST FROM ZION RESEARCH GROUP, TAX SPECIALIST

Prior to founding Zion Research Group, Dave had 20 years of experience as a sell side Accounting & Tax research analyst at Bear Stearns, ISI and most recently Credit Suisse.

Schedule

Introductory Remarks 3:00 - 3:05pm ET
Introductory Remarks 3:00 - 3:05pm ET