Williamstown, MA, November 05, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Don Dion, president of Dion Money Management and publisher of Fidelity Independent Adviser, announced today that he would be teaming up with Federated Investors’ Phil Orlando to deliver election analysis this Wednesday after America has chosen its next president. Free election analysis will be available to the public at dionmm.com on Wednesday. In conjunction with the video’s release, Dion is offering free portfolio reviews.
“It is important that investors make appropriate changes to their portfolios once we know who the next president will be,” Dion said. “Now is the time to examine your investments, and look towards opportunities in the future.”
Dion and Orlando recently joined forces to deliver a pre-election analysis of the candidates and issues. The post election analysis, Dion notes, is the result of an outpouring of client and subscriber interest. “Once the election is decided and the dust settles, the next president will face tremendous challenges in dealing with the economy,” Dion said, “Phil and I will profile the next president so that investors can position themselves.”
Dion and Orlando plan to examine key issues like taxes, healthcare and the economy based on election results. Video conference participants will also have an opportunity to answer questions about the election and the state of the U.S. economy.
About Dion Money Management:
Dion Money Management is a Registered Investment Adviser counseling individuals, families and businesses. Dion has offices in Williamstown, Massachusetts and Naples, Florida.
Fidelity Independent Adviser: With more than 70,000 subscribers in the United States and 29 other countries, Fidelity Independent Adviser publishes two monthly newsletters, one weekly newsletter, and one quarterly newsletter. Its flagship publication, Fidelity Independent Adviser, has been published monthly for 11 years and reaches 40,000 subscribers.
Don Dion’s ETF Momentum Tracker newsletter had an annualized return of 26.6 percent in 2007 according to the Hulbert Financial Digest, a publication that tracks the performance of 180 financial newsletters, and it was a 2007 top-ten performer according to Peter Brimelow of CBS’s MarketWatch.com.