Fidelity Monitor & Insight
John Boyd is an editor of Fidelity Monitor & Insight, and joined the firm in 1994. He spent nine years at Fidelity Investments, including a stint as a stock analyst for Peter Lynch. At Fidelity, Mr. Boyd was President and founder of Fidelity Publishing, a consumer investment publishing division of the firm. There he launched Personal Investing newsletter, The Fidelity Mutual Fund Guide, Worth Magazine, and published Mr. Lynch's books, "One Up On Wall Street" and "Beating The Street." Before Fidelity, Mr. Boyd was the Business Manager of Newsweek magazine, and he later co-founded Market Intelligence Corporation, which published The Daily Commodity Transcript, a daily newsletter for commodity traders.John has a BA in economics and philosophy from Tufts University and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.
Short-term risk is high, but a selloff would be healthy asserts, John Boyd, mutual fund expert, and contributing editor at Fidelity Monitor & Insight, a leading advisory services focused on the Fidelity family of funds.
It may seem like a silly question with Covid cases spiking to new highs around the world, but I’m getting concerned that investors may be becoming a bit too complacent, cautions John Boyd, mutual fund expert and editor at Fidelity Monitor & Insight.
In truth, I don’t know — nor does anyone, but the weight of the evidence suggests to me that we are simply in a normal correction, albeit one that has been sharper than usual, explains John Boyd, mutual fund expert and contributing editor to Fidelity Monitor & Insight.
The list of worries for stocks is long indeed: the North Korean nuclear threat, Marine Le Pen in France, weak first-quarter GDP, concerns of overvaluation, fear of higher interest rates, little or no progress on President Trump's pro-business agenda, and on it goes, asserts John Boyd, editor of Fidelity Monitor & Insight.