Rising Inflation: What it Means for You and Your Investments
Tuesday, November 16
3:00 – 4:30 PM
Syverson Strege Office in West Des Moines or virtual via Zoom
How does rising inflation affect your portfolio? Learn what you need to know on Tuesday, November 16 with Jason Gunkel, Chief Investment Officer, and Georgi Popov, senior vice president and product strategist from PIMCO, a global investment management firm. Learn about:
- The history of inflation
- What causes inflation
- Ramifications of the growing national debt
- How inflation affects your investment portfolio
- How inflation changes purchasing power
- Whether current inflation will be a repeat of the 70s
- Types of inflation that are good for the economy
- And more…
Also, at the event – prizes, refreshments, and Q&A with the professionals!
Invite your family and friends and join us on Tuesday, November 16 at 3:30 PM at our office or virtually through Zoom!
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Jason Gunkel, CFP®, CFA, CAP®, is Syverson Strege’s Chief Investment Officer and Financial Planner. Jason has been with Syverson Strege since 2004 when he started as a college intern and worked his way into his current roles as Chief Investment Officer, realizing that his passion is working directly with individuals and families to help them achieve their goals. He leads the Investment Committee where he helps design and monitor the firm’s investment strategies.
Mr. Popov is a senior vice president and product strategist in the Newport Beach office, focusing on both liquid real asset and defined contribution solutions, including target date funds. He previously was a member of the U.S. financial institutions group. Prior to joining PIMCO in 2013, he was a macroeconomist at Nationwide Insurance, developing quantitative models and forecasts. He was also a member of Nationwide’s Economic Council. Previously, he was an analyst at JPMorgan Chase, specializing in forecasting and business planning. He has 13 years of investment and financial services experience and holds a master’s degree in economics from the University of Toledo. He also holds an MBA in analytic finance and economics from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.