Kelly Bogdanova

Vice President, Portfolio Analyst

Kelly Bogdanova

Vice President, Portfolio Analyst

Kelly Bogdanova specializes in equity market strategy—specifically, the analysis of how macro events, economic conditions, fiscal issues, and monetary policies impact the stock market and sectors.

She is co-chair of RBC Wealth Management’s Global Portfolio Advisory Committee (GPAC), which provides strategic analysis of financial markets and asset allocation guidance. Bogdanova regularly authors GPAC’s Global Insight Weekly strategy report, contributes to the Global Insight monthly, and writes thematic reports about timely investment topics. As a member of the U.S. Investment Committee, she helps determine equity allocations and manage multi-asset class portfolios.

Bogdanova began her securities industry career in 1999 at Sutro & Co., a San Francisco-based firm. She joined RBC Wealth Management in 2002 when it acquired Sutro.

Bogdanova earned concurrent Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Bachelor of Journalism degrees at the University of Missouri. She holds Series 7, 63, 86, and 87 licenses with FINRA.

Kelly Bogdanova's content

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Investing

Equity market risks: Separate the wheat from the chaff

Last updated: October 03, 2019

Investors need to focus on the things that matter most to equity markets and not let the political storm in Washington rain on investment strategies.

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Economic and corporate earnings prospects are the matters that matter

Last updated: September 05, 2019

It’s not the political sideshows that ultimately drive markets, but rather economic and earnings prospects. We see some caution signs on both fronts.

3 minute read
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Can the U.S. equity market handle more rate hikes?

Last updated: September 28, 2018

It’s not rate hikes that matter most to equity performance, and we look at why equities should be able to absorb additional hikes.

3 minute read
 

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