Presentations

October 2018 Speaker’s Bureau with Alex Bernal

Part 1 of a 2-Part series which focused on Basics of Risk, Volatility and Economic Data Modeling and other critical information on Global Risks, Recession Risk, Reducing Risk and how it drives JCN Financial’s strategy

August 2018 Speakers’ Bureau with Alex Bernal

August 2018 discussed the technical analysis vs. quantitative applied statistics, as well as important statistics and expectations and Oliva & Factor review of our new model.​ To learn more click on the link…

July 2018 Speakers’ Bureau with Ryan Hall

July 2018 discussed Strength Science Studios and Slow Resistance Strength Training, as well as 2018 JCN Mid-Year Review. To learn more click on the link…

May 2018 Speakers’ Bureau with Dave Berstrom

May 2018 discussed more of a deep dive into some new JCN research, back to the basics and investing. To learn more, click on the link…

Market Overview Updates

5 U.S. ECONOMIC CHARTS TO WATCH IN 2019

Volatility returned to global equity markets in a dramatic way at the end of 2018, and is carrying over into 2019. Concerns about global economic growth, particularly in China, are driving the uncertainty. What U.S. data should we be looking at as we begin 2019?

S&P 500 2019 EARNINGS PREVIEW: HIGHER GLOBAL EXPOSURE = LOWER EARNINGS & SALES GROWTH

As of December 21, the estimated earnings growth rate for CY 2019 is 7.9%. All 11 sectors are projected to report year-over-year growth in earnings, led by the Industrials, Consumer Discretionary, Energy, and Financials sectors.

S&P 500 2018 EARNINGS PREVIEW: HIGHEST EARNINGS GROWTH IN EIGHT YEARS

As of today (December 21), the estimated earnings growth rate for CY 2018 is 20.3%. If 20.3% is the final growth rate for the year, it will mark the highest annual earnings growth for the index since 2010 (39.6%). All 11 sectors are projected to report year-over-year growth in earnings. Nine of the 11 sectors are predicted to report double-digit earnings growth, led by the Energy, Materials, and Financials sectors.

Washington Post, October 2018. This is almost ‘too good to be true’.

The nation’s central bank is predicting an unprecedented period for the economy of unemployment staying under 4 percent and inflation remaining low through 2020.

Newsletters

Articles

Slow & Steady

BR man opens gym specializing in super-slow, high-intensity training.

Business Report: A Body In Motion: 5 Ways To Increase Your Personal Collective Momentum

This article reveals how John C. Neyland lives his life everyday and how he inspires others with enabling people to enjoy a life they otherwise wouldn’t have.

The Wall Street Journal 1

Taking Advantage of Downturn; Market Selloffs… To read more, click on the PDF.

The Wall Street Journal 2

Why It May Pay to Convert to a Roth IRA. To read more, click on the PDF.

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