Financial Planning Insights
Webinar: Midyear Market Outlook
2 minute read time
Keeping you top of mind
With the financial markets capturing daily headlines, it is easy to become overwhelmed and nervous about the state of the economy. To help clients make sense of it all, we recently hosted a discussion with two industry specialists, Brian Andrew of Johnson Financial Group and Quincy Krosby from LPL Research. Brian and Quincy discussed the markets and global economy—and the opportunities and challenges that may lie ahead.
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Brian Andrew* | President and Chief Investment Officer, Johnson Financial Group
Quincy Krosby | Chief Equity Strategist, LPL Research
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LPL Financial Research Midyear Outlook 2022
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*Brian Andrew is not affiliated with LPL Financial or Johnson Financial Group Financial Advisors
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