Francis Gannon In Financial Advisor IQ—Royce
article 04-21-2020

Francis Gannon In Financial Advisor IQ

Francis Gannon was among three investment professionals discussing volatility in Financial Advisor IQ.


On April 20, 2020, Mike Schnitzel published a piece on Financial Advisor IQ’s website, “Root Causes of Volatility and Preparing for the Unexpected,” that included our Co-CIO Francis Gannon discussing how financial advisors can help their clients through periods of volatility.

Read the piece here.

Francis said in the article that going forward, investors need to think about underlying fundamentals: companies that have cash flow and earnings. He also expressed his concern for unprofitable companies, adding that 39% of the companies in the Russell 2000 had no earnings at the end of 2020’s first quarter.

Read the piece here.

Learn more about Francis Gannon here.

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