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Kristina Hooper

Chief Global Market Strategist,


  • Chief Global Market Strategist at Invesco
  • Cover of the January 2015 Issue of Kiplinger’s
  • Joined the Investment Industry in 1995

About Kristina

Kristina Hooper is the chief global market strategist at Invesco. She entered the financial industry in 1995. Before joining Invesco, Kristina was the US investment strategist at Allianz Global Investors. Kristina has appeared regularly on CNBC, Bloomberg TV, Yahoo! Finance, and CNN International. She has been quoted regularly in The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, The New York Times, Reuters, and other financial news publications, and she was featured on the cover of the January 2015 issue of Kiplinger's magazine. 

Kristina's Videos

In the last 18 months, the world has turned upside down. Interest rates and oil prices are up, stock prices are on a roller coaster and mortgage rates are through the roof. A long-awaited recession has yet to occur. In this highly uncertain world, two experts offer their insights into how advisors should allocate clients assets.

CFP Board Pending/1 Hour I&WI CE Credits

This is IT. Your 2023 Global Strategy Summit. Coming at the conclusion of our inaugural Accredited Investors Symposium, this session is not to be missed. You'll get the final word on what to do with investments in the stock, bond, currency, real estate, and commodity markets-and what unique opportunities in the accredited investor space will prosper best before you and your fellow conference attendees and speakers part ways.

2022 was an annus horribilis and now investors are worried about what 2023 has in store. Kristina Hooper will explore key investment themes for the year, including whether the Fed will continue to drive the narrative for markets and which industries appear poised to perform best.

Surging inflation. Rising recession risk. A shifting political landscape. Tighter monetary policy. Investors face plenty of challenges in this market. But volatility can also create unique opportunities. This panel will explore how you can help your clients avoid the former, while better capitalizing on the latter.