2024: 3 Big Questions & 3 Big Stocks
Plus, Your Questions Answered!
January 31, 2024
8:00 PM ET
Sign up here to secure your spot!
On January 31 at 8:00 PM ET, BBAE CIO James Early and Brad Freeman of The Stock Market Nerd will reveal three urgent questions facing investors in the year ahead, along with informed perspectives on three widely held stocks, one of which is Amazon. The other two will be disclosed during the broadcast.
Specifically, you’ll learn:
- How interest rates and interest rate expectations can affect your portfolio.
- Why the divergence between small and large cap stock valuations could close in 2024 — and what this means for investors.
- Why emerging markets may — or may not be — a winning trade in 2024.
Plus, James and Brad will take your questions, or at least as many as they can in the livestream’s 45-minute time slot.
See you at 8pm on January 31st!
Wednesday, January 24 at 8pm ET (Eastern Time)
The webinar will be hosted by James Early, BBAE’s Chief Investment Officer, and Brad Freeman, author of the Stock Market Nerd newsletter.
Click here to secure your spot! This webinar presents a unique opportunity to gain valuable insights and strategic perspectives for the year ahead. Don’t miss out on this chance to stay ahead of the curve.
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Meet the Hosts
Meet James Early, the Chief Investment Officer at BBAE. James previously served as CEO of MarketWise’s China subsidiary, as well as Director of Research & Analysis at The Motley Fool. He's a frequent commentator in media such as CNN, BBC, CNBC, CCTV, WSJ, NYT, Fox, and Men's Health. James, a former hedge fund analyst (and current mountaineering enthusiast), enjoys building strategic partnerships and sharing Wall Street wisdom in Main Street parlance on the BBAE blog.
Founder of The Stock Market Nerd
Meet Brad Freeman, an independent financial analyst on the BBAE blog, and publisher of the popular Stock Market Nerd newsletter. He's known for his thorough, candid takes on many of the most widely-held stocks’ earnings reports — and some less-known companies that Brad feels hold promise. When this University of Michigan finance grad isn't sharing his financial wisdom with his readers, he passionately supports his hometown Detroit sports teams. Keep an eye out for Brad's market analysis and insights.