TPO Markets Matter- June 2022
We are delighted to invite you to the June edition of our investment webinar series, TPO Markets Matter on 15th June at 10:00am.
This time, we look at how long-term thinking should over-ride short-term uncertainty, or put another way, finding patience, even when times are tough.
We appreciate there’s a lot of negative newsflow to contend with: still-struggling supply chain issues, a slowdown in China and rising inflation are causing fears around stagflation; the ongoing war in Ukraine; uncertainty over how the quickly the Fed will carry out quantitative tightening plans. But such environments can create opportunities. In short, try not to panic, because reflexive actions now might significantly damage your wealth over the longer term.
Our latest 45-minute webinar offers clients, friends, associates and prospects the opportunity to hear from TPO’s in-house experts as they discuss:
- Current expectations over central bank policy
- How markets have behaved during similarly challenging environments in the past
- Navigating today’s economic picture to unearth tomorrow’s investment opportunities
We will allow some time after the webinar for Questions and Answers.
About the speakers
|Toni Meadows||Robert Morse||Sam Shaw|
Chief Investment Officer - TPO
Partner - TPO
Freelance Financial Journalist
|I am responsible for the oversight of the investment solutions we offer to our clients and have 25 years experience in this area. I manage our team of investment specialists who help support our advisers and ensure our investment solutions are appropriate to meet the needs of our clients.||One of the founding partners of the firm, I have sat on our in-house Investment Committee and continue to advise private clients across a range of planning areas including investment management, retirement planning, personal financial planning and tax efficient structures.||I have been a financial journalist for 15 years. I now work as a freelance writer, content producer and presenter across a number of trade and consumer media outlets.|
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