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February 20, 2019

Jim Discusses His Investing Philosophy with Money Life

There's no fundamental evidence that we see in terms of earnings,  economic data and inflation that suggests we are under a risk-zone for a domestic recession, says Jim Lowell, Editor of Fidelity Investor.

February 05, 2019

Jim Discusses the Stock Market with Fox Business

We don't like to bet against the Fed that's clearly is interested in safeguarding our economy despite all the known cross currents that it's contending with, says Jim Lowell, Editor of Fidelity Investor.

February 01, 2019

Jim Discusses Global Growth with CNBC

This is still a fairly challenging environment as we go forward, says Jim Lowell, Editor of Fidelity Investor.

January 08, 2019

Jim Discusses the Tech Sector with CNBC

We do think earnings will continue to help drive the markets as they have done, says Jim Lowell, Editor of Fidelity Investor.

January 03, 2019

Jim Discusses the Broad Market with CNBC

One of the catalysts that we think could actually trigger a rebound in the market near-term will be Q4 earnings, says Jim Lowell, Editor of Fidelity Investor.

December 31, 2018

Jim Talks Market Outlook with CNBC

When we get Q4 earnings, that will likely be the catalyst for the next leg up in this market, says Jim Lowell, Editor of Fidelity Investor.

December 18, 2018

Jim Talks Market Volatility with CNBC

Investors need to steel themselves for a very difficult, volatile ride that could be significantly longer than just a quarter or two, says Jim Lowell, Editor of Fidelity Investor.

November 26, 2018

Jim Discusses the Market with CNBC

This is a great time for long-term investors to build their wealth, says Jim Lowell, Editor of Fidelity Investor.

November 26, 2018

Jim Discusses the Tech Sector with CNBC

The tech sector is going to be a key component to any growth investor's portfolio over the long term, says Jim Lowell, Editor of Fidelity Investor.

November 05, 2018

Jim Lowell Analyzes the Market with CNBC

We will see volatility and disruption right through the midterm elections no matter what the outcome is, says Jim Lowell, Editor of Fidelity Investor.