China weighs U.S. stocks, but for how long? by Brian Jacobsen, CFA, CFP
Concerns about China are overblown and the Chinese economy is better than many perceive. Dr. Jacobsen also states that, from a global perspective, investors should remember that the U.S. economy is still expanding and that Japan and Europe are showing signs of accelerating growth.
About the Author
As Wells Fargo Funds Management, LLC, chief portfolio strategist, Brian Jacobsen connects the dots between economics, politics and investing. He is responsible for analyzing the markets and global economies and then formulating investment strategies that inform decisions made by fund managers and investors worldwide. He is involved in product development, serves on investment committees, and assists in the oversight of numerous investment strategies.
Dr. Jacobsen is a frequent guest on national and international television and radio networks, including CNBC, Bloomberg, and Fox Business News. He is often cited in the press as a source on the Federal Reserve, world economies, and the global markets. He is an associate professor at Wisconsin Lutheran College, where he directs the Financial Planning Program. Dr. Jacobsen has a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. He also holds a law degree from Marquette University Law School. He has earned the right to use the Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA®) and Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP®) designations.