A webcast presentation originally held on May 20, 2020 by Rob Koyfman as part of the CMT Association’s Educational Web Series.

A bear market is one of the most difficult periods for investors to navigate, especially determining when a bear market is ending. Regime change in the markets is also one of the best examples for investors to critically evaluate their own process and experience what may be missing. Augmenting fundamental analysis with technical analysis offers a more complete macro view for asset managers trying to mitigate risks while capturing performance. 

In this webinar, we’ll analyze how monetary policy, technicals and fundamentals were related in 2008. We’ll also show which cross-asset indicators were the most effective at determining the end of the downturn. With the historic lessons learned, we’ll discuss the current price behavior of sectors, factors*, bonds and single stocks to show what the market is saying about the current bear market and when it might end. 

Join Rob Koyfman and the CMT Association on Wednesday May 20th for these actionable insights:

  1. Global Macro perspectives on cross-asset relationships
  2. Tools to combine fundamental & technical factors in your investment practice
  3. A current market view from the top down to understand the price behavior of global indices, sectors, and single securities