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2022 Mid-Year Economic Outlook Webinar - REPLAY

Our 2022 Mid-Year Economic Outlook Webinar 
is available for replay!

Featuring LPL's Chief Equity Strategist — Dr. Quincy Krosby 

If you missed the presentation or want to revisit it, click on the video below to watch it now.


For 40 minutes, watch as Dr. Quincy Krosby shares her insight on the current economic climate and what to look for as we near 2023.

Topics discussed:

  1. The Fed’s interest rate hike campaign is slowing the economy and attempting to ward off inflation. How did we get here and what is the Fed’s goal?
  2. The first half of the year has been the worst six months for the S&P500 since 1970. What do we need to see for a strong recovery to happen in the second half of 2022?
  3. The labor market is still strong and companies are reporting solid earnings. However, we are in a bear market. Are we headed for a recession soon?

Dr. Quincy Krosby
Chief Equity Strategist
LPL Research

Our Featured Presenter

Dr. Quincy Krosby is LPL Financial’s chief equity strategist. In this role, she provides a perspective on global capital markets with an emphasis on the macro-economic environment, coupled with the fundamentals underpinning the equity landscape. In addition, Quincy is a member of the firm’s Strategic and Tactical Asset Allocation Committee.

Previously, Quincy was the chief market strategist at Prudential Financial, and global investment strategist at Deutsche Bank asset management. She also held global capital markets positions at Credit Suisse and Barings.

Before coming to Wall Street, Quincy Krosby was a U.S. diplomat, serving in Washington and United States embassies abroad, including a posting as energy attaché at the U.S. Embassy in London. In addition to numerous assignments at the U.S. Department of State, she served as Assistant Secretary of Commerce, and represented the United States to the International Monetary Fund, positions which require confirmation by the U.S. Senate.

Quincy studied at the London School of Economics where she earned her master's and doctoral degrees.

She is frequently quoted in the financial press and appears often on business television.