Year-End Review and 2014 Preview

Year-End Review and 2014 Preview

Bell Investment Advisors,, a Bay Area registered investment advisory firm, announced today that they will be conducting a free webinar, Year-End Review and 2014 Preview on Wednesday, December 4, 2013, 2-2:30 PM PST. The webinar is part of an ongoing series of events that reflect the firm’s dedication to providing free educational opportunities to the greater community focused on investment management, financial planning, career coaching and life coaching.

The webinar will include a summary of 2013 events and the impacts they had on market activity. There will be a look at how the financial markets are shaping up for 2014 and key tips to help your investment plans succeed.

Matt King, CFA, Chief Investment Officer and Managing Director, and Marivic Hammond, Senior Investment Advisor, will present this December 4 webinar. There will be an opportunity for participants to have their questions answered at the end of the presentation.

Mr. King revealed some of what will be covered in the webinar: “With 2013 nearly in the books, it’s now time to start asking some critical questions about the investment environment in 2014. What does a new Fed chairman mean for the bond market? How will the potential end of QE affect the economy? Are equities capable of extending the current bull market to a sixth year? We’ll attempt to answer all of these questions and more in our final webinar of 2013.”

Registration for the event is currently open at:

An archive of past webinars presented by Bell’s financial advisor team and guest speakers on a range of topics in the fields of wealth management, financial planning and career coaching can be found here:

Bell Investment Advisors is a privately-owned, registered investment advisory firm, managing over $500 million in assets. It is in its 22nd year of business, offering investment management, financial planning and career/life coaching services. For more information visit

Nancy Isaacs Bell
Investment Advisors

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