Nearly two long years of pandemic-related economic and market swings beg the question, where are we now and where are we going?
In this recorded Q&A discussion, Fiducient’s recently appointed Deputy Chief Investment Officer Brad Long and Wipfli Financial’s Chief Investment Officer Rafia Hasan join together to cover some key themes to watch for as 2021 wraps up and explore where things may be going in 2022.
Themes such as:
- Fed tapering
- Infrastructure spending and potential tax changes
- International exposure and China
- and more…
If you have any questions or would like to discuss how to create a portfolio that is well-positioned to withstand current and future uncertainty, contact a Wipfli Financial advisor.
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