Striving to further the profession with diverse opportunities in continuing education, advocacy, ethics awareness, and networking.
As Chief Investment Strategist, Sam Stovall serves as analyst, publisher and communicator of CFRA’s outlooks for the economy, market, and sectors. He is the Chairman of the CFRA Investment Policy Committee, where he focuses on market history and valuations, as well as industry momentum strategies. Sam is the author of The Seven Rules of Wall Street, and writes weekly Sector Watch and Investment Policy Committee meeting notes on CFRA’s MarketScope Advisor platform. His work is also found in CFRA’s flagship weekly newsletter The Outlook.
Prior to joining CFRA, Sam was Managing Director and Chief Investment Strategist at S&P Global for more than 27 years, and served as Editor In Chief at Argus Research, an independent investment research firm in New York City.
He received an M.B.A. in Finance from New York University and a B.A. in History/Education from Muhlenberg College,
in Allentown, Pa. Sam is also a Certified Financial Planner.
Sam’s volunteer efforts center on financial literacy. He is a board member of W!SE (Working in Support of Education), an educational not‐for‐profit that aims to improve the lives of young people through programs that develop financial literacy and readiness for college and careers. He is also a Trustee of Muhlenberg College.
A webcast presentation originally held on April 14, 2021 by Sam Stovall as part of the CMT Association's Educational Web Series. “Sell in May and Go Away” is more than an old Wall Street axiom that reminds investors of summertime softness. It also shows that sector...
The Minnesota Chapter of the CMT Association Chapter Meeting. Ralph Acampora, CMT Craig Johnson, CMT, CFA Jamie Keelin, CMT Kyle Lottman, CFA Adam Turnquist, CMT Minnesota Chapter Chairs DATE July 21, 2020 TIME 4:00 PM CDT (GMT-5:00)
A webcast presentation originally held on July 27th, 2016 by Sam Stovall as part of the CMT Association's Educational Web Series. It’s been said that bull markets are like humans – the older they get, the more unstable they become. The S&P 500 just celebrated its...
2010 Market Forecast Panel: Assessing Global Market Risk for the Remainder of the Year. The market forecast panel will provide their risk assessment for global commodity, equity, fixed income and foreign exchange markets for the Remainder of 2010. Moderated by: Vincent...