Gina Martin Adams
Gina Martin Adams, CFA, CMT, is the global head of Portfolio Strategy and chief equity strategist for Bloomberg Intelligence, a unique research platform that provides context on markets, industries, companies, and government policy, available on the Bloomberg Professional Service at BI <GO>. Mrs. Adams provides a top-down perspective on the equity market, sectors, and industries with a multi-disciplined approach that utilizes fundamental, quantitative, and technical analysis. She frequently presents her views at industry conferences, professional associations, and investment organizations, and has been recognized for portfolio strategy, technical strategy, and economics in Institutional Investors' All-America Research survey. Prior to joining Bloomberg, she was the head of U.S. Equity Strategy for Wells Fargo Securities, where she provided analysis and investment allocation recommendations for Wells Fargo Securities' institutional clients. Previously, she was an economist for Wachovia Bank and an investment strategy analyst for Evergreen Asset Management. Mrs. Adams has a BS degree in Business Administration with concentrations in Finance and Marketing from the University of Florida. She holds the Chartered Financial Analyst and Chartered Market Technician designations, is a member of the CFA Institute and CFA Society of New York, and is on the Board of Directors for the CMT Association. She is also a member of the Financial Women's Association and 100 Women in Finance. She serves on the Business Advisory Council for the Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida and is a member of the Advisory Board for Emory University’s Master of Analytical Finance Program.
Join Bloomberg Intelligence's chief equity strategist, Gina Martin Adams, CFA, CMT, for a live session on equity market investment strategies in a new era of high inflation and interest rate volatility, decoupling global growth prospects and ongoing policy uncertainty. Gina will offer perspective on global stocks in the TARA (There Are Reasonable Alternatives) era, dive into fundamental, technical, and quantitative trends driving equity markets, and she will introduce the team's approach to country, sector, and factor allocation strategies for equity portfolios.