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Current Economic and Market Concerns Reflect Persistent Underlying Trends

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Includes a Live Event on 12/09/2021 at 10:00 AM (MST)

This session will investigate how, Covid aside, current concerns — today’s labor shortage, for instance, immigration pressures, inflation, deficit spending, and Fed policy — have roots in this country’s great demographic problem of an aging population.  After laying out the underlying situation, Milton will use it to offer a coherent analysis of current issues, where they will take the economy, and, of course, how markets will respond.

Milton Ezrati

Chief Economist

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Milton Ezrati’s long career in finance has taught him to present compellingly on a wide variety of economic, financial, and political topics. He has spoken in North America, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East to audiences that consisted of financial professionals, academic, and political groups, and occasionally, the general public. Throughout his speaking career, Milton has been voted “Most Popular Speaker” by financial firms such as Merrill Lynch, Smith Barney, and Raymond James. During the last 13 years as the senior economist and market strategist at Lord, Abbett & Co., his talks have largely taken a top-down approach to economic and market prospects. Within that broad area, Milton has had to emphasize diverse topics from market valuation to policy analysis, to economic prospects, and even to geopolitical risks. He has spoken for corporations like CitiCorp, JP Morgan Chase, Lionel Edie & Co., Manufacturers Hanover Investment Corp., and many more. His breadth of experience enables him to speak compellingly and entertainingly to any audience with investment and political-economic interest, professional, or otherwise. Milton Ezrati is the author of Thirty Tomorrows: The Next Three Decades of Globalization, Demographics, and How We Will Live as well as several other books.

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Current Economic and Market Concerns Reflect Persistent Underlying Trends
12/09/2021 at 10:00 AM (MST)   |  60 minutes
12/09/2021 at 10:00 AM (MST)   |  60 minutes This session will investigate how, Covid aside, current concerns — today’s labor shortage, for instance, immigration pressures, inflation, deficit spending, and Fed policy — have roots in this country’s great demographic problem of an aging population. After laying out the underlying situation, Milton will use it to offer a coherent analysis of current issues, where they will take the economy, and, of course, how markets will respond.
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1.0 CFP CE credit  |  Certificate available
1.0 CFP CE credit  |  Certificate available