Jack Bowers


Fidelity Monitor & Insight

  • Chief Investment Strategist of Weber Asset Management
  • CEO of Bowers Wealth Management, INC.

About Jack

Jack Bowers is the CEO of Independent Fidelity Investors, Inc., publisher of Fidelity Monitor & Insight. He also serves as chief investment strategist of Weber Asset Management and is CEO of Bowers Wealth Management, Inc. The two advisory firms have approximately $460 million under management. Bowers holds a bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering from Washington State University.Bowers founded Fidelity Monitor in 1986. Back then, he drew on his personal interest in investing and his engineering background from 11 years of employment at Hewlett-Packard. In 2009 he pruchased another long-time Fidelity newsletter, Fidelity Insight and merged the two in 2012 to form Fidelity Monitor & Insight.Among newsletters tracked by the Hulbert Financial Digest, Fidelity Monitor & Insight is one of the top risk-adjusted performers over the last 25 years. During that time Bowers has been credited with outstanding performance by the Wall Street Journal, Money Magazine, U.S. News, The New York Times, USA Today and Investors Business Daily. He has appeared on the Forbes Newsletter Honor Roll twice.

Jack's Articles

The fixed-income selling wave has been brutal, and it brought mainstream investment-grade funds to high single-digit losses on a year-to-date basis, asserts Jack Bowers, editor of Fidelity Monitor & Insight.
Regarding high-priced oil, we've been here before, asserts Jack Bowers, a specialist in the Fidelity family of funds and editor of Fidelity Monitor & Insight.
Inflation hedges are notorious for plunging in value around the time that inflation tops out. Sometimes there is a background story that suggests the hedge will continue to perform well beyond the inflationary period, but in the end it rarely helps, cautions Jack Bowers, editor of Fidelity Monitor & Insight.
Flooding in Europe and China; mudslides in India; and here in the U.S., a historic drought accompanied by record heat and wildfires — each is stoking the global debate about climate change and what can be done about it, notes Jack Bowers, editor of Fidelity Monitor & Insight.