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2017 Outlook

December 2016

What should investors expect from the stock market in 2017? Investment Strategist Jeffrey Schulze, CFA discusses his views of the current political landscape, the global economic environment and the risk of a recession.

Jeffrey Schulze, CFA

Investment Strategist
12 Years experience
3 Years at ClearBridge

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