Since the election of Donald J. Trump as the United States' 45th President on November 8th, the S&P 500 has rallied 11%. But how are global markets reacting and how are the fixed income and commodities markets viewing the Trump era? What segments of the U.S. market are doing well, and which are not? And what new global inter-relationships are forming?
Frequent CNBC contributor and technical analyst Barry Sine will provide a global overview of stocks, bonds, currencies, and commodities. He will present a technical overview of equity markets around the world, giving attendees a thorough look at what the charts are saying about the direction of the U.S. market and the world economy. In addition, he will cover various segments of the U.S. market in depth as well as several widely held names.
Technical analysis is becoming widely used in asset management either on a standalone basis, in conjunction with fundamental analysis or in quantitative models. Mr. Sine is the author of the chapter on incorporating technicals with fundamentals in the McGraw Hill book, Best Practices for Equity Research Analysts, and the co-author of the CFA level 1 curriculum reading on technical analysis.
Speaker: Barry M. Sine, CFA, CMT
Barry Sine is the director of equity research at Drexel Hamilton, a full-service investment bank that was founded on the principle of offering meaningful employment opportunities to disabled veterans. Formerly, he was director of research at Capstone Investments, a boutique investment bank headquartered in San Diego. Mr. Sine has frequently been a top-ranked analyst in the Wall Street Journal Best on the Street analyst rankings. He has also held positions with J.P. Morgan, Prudential Securities, and Oppenheimer. Barry is also the New York region presidents' council representative for the CFA Institute and a past director of the Market Technicians Association. He founded and served as the first director of the CMT Institute. Mr. Sine holds a BA in finance and economics from Fairleigh Dickinson University and an MBA in finance and international business from New York University's Stern School of Business