The Year of Recalibration – An Interview with Professor Jeff Bierman


The Year of Recalibration – An Interview with Professor Jeff Bierman

This week we interview Professor Jeff Bierman. We discuss why 2022 was a year or reprogramming and why 2023 will be the year of recalibration. There are large changes afoot and we discuss most of them on this show. Fed fueled fantasy, rotations, locking in yield, active vs passive, valuations, and more.

The stock market is a mechanism of moving money from the impatient to the patient       - Warren Buffett

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Today's Guest:  Jeff Bierman

Professor Jeff Bierman, CMT, is Chief Market Technician at TheoTrade. He has more than 30 years of experience as a stock analyst, hedge fund manager, and financial educator. Previously, he was Chief Market Technician at TD Ameritrade for seven years. He teaches multiple financial analysis courses at Loyola and DePaul in Chicago based on his expertise in “quantamentals,” which combines technical and fundamental analysis. Professor Bierman earned his CMT designation through the Chartered Market Technician Association. His MasterMind classes and daily video market analysis help hundreds of investors make smarter decisions. He received his M.B.A. at USC Marshall School of Business.

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Today's Panelists

Barbara Friedberg | Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance

Kirk Chisholm | Innovative Advisory Group

Megan Gorman  |  The Wealth Intersection

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