CNBC Contributor, Trailblazing Financial Journalist, Bestselling Author & Financial Professional
What are the forces driving the economy and how will they impact you, your business, your industry, and your investment decisions? Those are the questions Ron Insana has answered for viewers and listeners every single day for over three decades. Currently a contributor to CNBC where he also served as anchor and correspondent since 1991, Ron also hosts The Market Score Board Report, a thrice-daily nationally syndicated radio program. As a financial journalist, Ron stands alone as someone who ran his own hedge fund – experience that adds to the depth of his insights. He’s also written for Money magazine, USA Today, and authored four bestselling books on investing and reading the financial market. In Ron’s speeches, he explains how Wall Street, Main Street and Washington intersect – translating the market signals and political maneuvers into actionable information everyone can understand and use to protect what they have and find opportunities in any type of market condition. Read More >
U.S. Becoming an Economic Fortress
Americas Economic Future Better Than Many Think
Historical Look at Economic Cycle
Whiplash may be the best way to characterize how it feels to try and navigate this economic landscape. With accelerating change and disruption everywhere, every day can feel like uncharted territory for business leaders. It’s made worse because the old models of predicting where the economy is headed aren’t as reliable as they once were. Amid such uncertainty, Ron Insana leans on more than three decades of covering business and economic news to connect the dots to paint a picture of the economic future for business. This is a powerful look at the U.S. and global economies and the political, social, technological, and market forces that are driving them.
The upcoming presidential election is a sharp contrast in economic visions. What are the choices being offered? What are the economic consequences of each – for Main Street – for Wall Street? Ron Insana unpacks the candidates’ agendas and works to separate campaign rhetoric from reality; suggesting what might actually be politically achievable in the next presidential term in a non-partisan presentation. What goes on in Washington doesn’t stay in Washington – it impacts the business environment like never before. What will 2020 mean for you, your business, your industry, and your investments? Those are the questions Ron Insana answers in this presentation.
How can you protect what you have and find new opportunities in this uncertain investment climate? Ron Insana weighs in on stocks, bonds, interest rates, cryptocurrencies, real estate, and more with smart strategies for dealing with a complex global economy and a U.S. economic expansion that some feel is long in the tooth and others say still has plenty of room to grow. How can you effectively chart a course and minimize risk while still growing your investments? It’s a tricky question and Ron Insana offers solid answers with up-to-the-minute statistics to back up his observations. In an economic environment where dramatic change can occur in an instant, Ron Insana arms audiences with sound advice they can use to protect their economic future.
“Simply put, we could not be more pleased! In addition to having the ideal insights in the financial markets, policies and global economic drivers, Ron Insana was truly a pleasure to be around and extremely gracious of his time with our conference attendees. He provided seemingly unlimited access to all attendees interested in speaking with him. He made this year’s conference the very best ever. I hope that he becomes a regular in our circuit of speakers at both the state level here in North Carolina and perhaps also with NAIOP events in DC and throughout the country.”
“Ron was perfect. No one could have done a better job. He was not only as good as I expected – he was even better. He’s a pro!”
“Ron Insana delivered the most insightful commentary across the political and economic landscape – all with great style and humor. Without slides or a script, he captivated the room – without exception, the audience absolutely love him.”