On Wednesday, Feb. 2, AdvisorOne’s editors will host the second in a four-part free Webinar series on where, and how, advisors should be investing now to enhance return while managing risk. Programmed by the editors of Investment Advisor and Research magazines and AdvisorOne.com, the second Webinar in the series—each of which are pre-approved for one hour of continuing education (CE) credit from the CFP Board of Standards—will focus on where to find alpha in 2011’s markets.
Featuring Ben Warwick (left) of Aspen Partners and QES Investments, and the long-time writer of AdvisorOne’s Searching for Alpha newsletter, the second Webinar in the series will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 2 from 3:00-4:00 PM EST. Moderated by AdvisorOne Editor Jamie Green, Warwick will follow up on his January cover story for Investment Advisor on where to find returns in 2011 with an exploration of what metrics to consider when investing in the post-credit crunch New World. He will also suggest specific investments that are likely to deliver alpha in 2011.
In addition to the monthly Searching for Alpha newsletter, Warwick is also a regular blogger on AdvisorOne.com. His postings within the past week include Waiting for a Buying Opportunity in the Muni Market and A Portfolio Position Upgrade: FSC.
To register for the Feb. 2 event and for more information, please visit our registration page at AdvisorOne.com.
You may access here the archived first Webinar in the series—Using Volatility as an Asset Class—that was held Jan. 26, featuring Prima Capital CIO Cliff Stanton and volatility investor Bill Luby discussing Prima’s new research on volatility as a non-correlative asset class.
The third Webinar in the series will be held Wednesday, Feb. 9, also from 3:00 to 4:00 EST, focusing on the latest trends in ETFs–the vehicles themselves and their use in client portfolios. This free Webinar, good for one hour of continuing education credit from the CFP Board, features ETF experts Thomas Graves and Vaughan Scully of Standard & Poor's and Ron DeLegge of ETFGuide.com.