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May 15, 2013
Debt and deficit issues, the unemployment picture and reigniting the global economic engine all have the White House, Congress and a frustrated public all focused on the continued uncertainty that faces the economy. President Obama and Congress still face a myriad of complex policy choices in 2013 and beyond. What effect will regulation like Dodd Frank and the Affordable Care Act have on how business operates? Will tax cuts and the increased liquidity help jump-start growth? What does the current state of fiscal and monetary policy say about our long-term prospects for a full recovery? And just how will policymakers decide to spend money as President Obama and Congress work together in the President’s second term? A veteran financial industry analyst, Ron Insana provides clear and coherent analysis that bridges the gap between Capitol Hill and the Federal Reserve, explaining how their actions spill onto both Wall Street and Main Street. In this forward-looking presentation that shows how today’s political and economic headlines will affect your future, Insana shares trusted insights on where we are, where we are going and how the intersection between politics, policy and the economy will get us there.
While many analysts are pessimistic about America’s prospects for solid economic growth over the next few years, trusted financial industry analyst Ron Insana makes a persuasive case that there is no place like home. As Europe deals with the sovereign debt crisis shaking the Euro Zone to its core, China manages looming inflationary worries and the once-hot emerging markets have seemed to cool off, Americans have increased reason to be optimistic that the economy will grow far beyond our current expectations. Insana reads all of the signs—from an industrial renaissance, a domestic energy boom and a born-again consumer to record corporate profits and the hard choices that politicians must make to shore up our overstretched national balance sheet—to help audiences understand how and why the U.S. will outpace the world in terms of growth and finally solve the fiscal and regulatory problems for which the country has been severely criticized. Without ignoring the other global growth stories that will advance the markets in the near future, Insana helps investors, businesses and organizations understand the way forward.
As the U.S. and global economies move toward recovery, Ron Insana applies his journalistic perspective to how Wall Street, Main Street and Washington shape what the new normal means for all of us.
A financial journalist who stands alone among his peers in having the experience of working for and running his own hedge fund, Ron Insana offers clear, unvarnished insights on the ever-changing status of the economy. Currently host of a nationally-syndicated daily radio show and a senior analyst and commentator for CNBC, Insana has access to all of the top financial players in Washington and on Wall Street and translates the market signals and political maneuvers into information everyone understands. His hands-on experience in the financial industry—through some of the markets’ most turbulent times—give an added depth of perspective that few analysts can match. He offers practical advice on what individuals and businesses can and should do now to protect what you have and to find opportunities in any type of market condition. Insana is the author of Traders’ Tales, The Message of the Markets, TrendWatching and most recently How to Make a Fortune from the Biggest Bailout in U.S. History: A Guide to the 7 Greatest Bargains from Main Street to Wall Street.