Clips of Adviser Investments employees and partners sharing their market analysis, insights and expertise.
Adam Johnson joins TD Ameritrade to discuss the difficulties and potential opportunities of buying in the hole.
Adam Johnson visited Fox Business to discuss buying in weak markets and the Fed’s strategy for fighting inflation.
Adam Johnson joins cheddar to discuss the potential silver lining of the Fed’s expected interest rate hike.
Portfolio Manager Adam Johnson visited Fox Business to discuss inflation and the path towards its reduction.
Portfolio Manager Adam Johnson appeared on “Mornings with Maria” to discuss his outlook following the latest inflation reports.
Portfolio Manager Adam Johnson visited Fox Business to discuss energy prices, inflation, Federal Reserve policy and why he believes good times are ahead.
Portfolio Manager Adam Johnson appeared on Fox Business to make the case that with consumer spending staying elevated, the U.S. might just have experienced its first blink-and-you’ll-miss-it recession.
Portfolio Manager Adam Johnson appeared on Fox Business to share his thoughts on why market volatilityA measure of how large the changes in an asset’s price are. The more volatile an asset, the more likely that its price will experience sharp rises and steep drops over time. The more volatile an asset is, the riskier it is to invest in. has subsided of late. Adam noted that corporate earnings are still rising because consumers are still employed and continue to spend.
Portfolio Manager Adam Johnson appeared on cheddar news to offer his outlook on upcoming earnings reports from leading tech giants. Adam thinks that widespread concerns about a rough earnings quarter may be overblown given the results he’s seen to date.
Portfolio Manager Adam Johnson appeared on Fox Business to discuss stockA financial instrument giving the holder a proportion of the ownership and earnings of a company. and bondA financial instrument representing an IOU from the borrower to the lender. Bond issuers promise to pay bond holders a given amount of interest for a pre-determined amount of time until the loan is repaid in full (otherwise known as the maturity date). Bonds can have a fixed or floating interest rate. Fixed-rate bonds pay out a pre-determined amount of interest each year, while floating-rate bonds can pay higher or lower interest each year depending on prevailing market interest rates. market expectations ahead of next week’s Federal Open Market Committee meeting. He also shared what he’s doing with his remaining cash positions.