Jurrien Timmer is the director of global macro for Fidelity Management & Research Company (FMRCo). He has 30 years’ experience in the investment world and is a 20-year veteran at Fidelity. Mr. Timmer plays a key role in Fidelity’s $550 billion Global Asset Allocation group, where he specializes in asset allocation and global macro strategy. As an investment strategist, his work comprises a unique blend of macro-economic, technical, and quantitative disciplines. Mr. Timmer’s global macro research is widely followed within Fidelity by its portfolio managers, analysts, and senior executives. In addition to this internal role, he has become one of Fidelity’s primary spokesmen. In this role, Mr. Timmer regularly presents his investment outlook to Fidelity’s clients and associates at meetings and conferences in the US and around the world. He also publishes a monthly investment outlook for clients, and appears regularly in TV and in print. Mr. Timmer joined Fidelity in 1995 as a technical research analyst and in 1998 became Fidelity’s chief market strategist. In this role, he became involved with Fidelity’s legendary Chart Room. Mr. Timmer joined the Asset Allocation group in September 2005. He received a Bachelor of science degree in finance from Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, in 1985.
Please join us for as special event to hear a discussion on the state of the market from one of Fidelity's top experts, Jurrien Timmer. Jurrien has more than two decades of experience in the investment world and is a 20-year veteran at Fidelity. He plays a key role in Fidelity's Global Asset Allocation (GAA) group, where he specializes in global macro strategy and tactical asset allocation. As an investment strategist, his work includes macro-economic, technical, and quantitative disciplines. Jurrien's research is widely used by Fidelity's portfolio managers and analysts. In addition to this internal role, he is also a spokesman on investment matters to Fidelity's clients and associates.We want to hear what's top of mind for you and encourage you to ask questions.