Mid Year Market Outlook – Nasdaq Dorsey Wright – 7.12.18


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With more than 30 years of experience in Point & Figure and technical analysis, Nasdaq Dorsey Wright will discuss the outlook for the remainder of 2018 through a technical lens. Leave your emotions behind and join us for an objective look at the markets that will cover:

  • A review of current market conditions and indicators
  • What the current market state could mean for the coming year
  • Sector opportunities, risks and early movers
  • Asset class outlook and allocation considerations

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John Lewis, CMT
Senior Portfolio Manager
Nasdaq Dorsey Wright

John Lewis is a Senior Portfolio manager with Nasdaq Dorsey Wright. In this role, John is responsible for the investment strategies used in various different indexes and models.

Since joining Dorsey Wright in 2002, John continues to develop strategies for the firm’s Systematic Relative Strength series of separate accounts, the Technical Leaders Index methodology, global asset allocation strategies, and multiple series of UITs. His work is technically-driven and focuses on relative strength and momentum as the main factors in the investment process.

John continuously authors research on relative strength investing and has become one of the foremost experts on the subject. He is a Chartered Market Technician (CMT) and a member of the Market Technician’s Association and the American Association of Professional Technical Analysts.

Ben Jones
Senior Analyst
Nasdaq Dorsey Wright

Ben Jones joined Nasdaq Dorsey Wright in 2008 as a research intern. He began working in a full time capacity in December 2009 after he was graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) with a degree in World Politics and Policy. Over the years Ben has transitioned into a senior analyst role, directing several of the firm’s research and educational initiatives. Ben provides commentary for the Nasdaq Dorsey Wright “Daily Equity and Market Analysis Report” and consults with our broker-dealer clients worldwide. He is also a primary contributor to a number of specialized ETF reports, and has led the development of some of the firm’s investment solutions and tools. He also conducts training sessions around the world in the Point & Figure Methodology and Relative Strength investing.


Title: Mid Year Market Outlook
Date: Thursday, July 12, 2018
Time: 1:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour

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