Navigating the Not-Normal Economy
As the world grapples with renewed global political instability, inflation, broken supply chains, economic turmoil, and living with Covid long term, Ron Insana is an experienced voice of economic reason. Properly assessing the current environment is vital to determining what to do next. A savvy trend-watcher, Ron looks at today through the lens of economic history. He offers insights to help business leaders and investors plan for the future in a world beset by constant change.
Ron tailors this presentation to suit each audience and can focus on:
• How global political instability sparked a move to de-globalize and what does it mean?
• The outlook for business growth; which sectors are winning, which are stuck?
• Comparing prospects: Main Street vs. Wall Street
• How to protect what you have and find new opportunities
• Markets always send signals; what is the message of the markets right now?
• Washington policy moves: how they’ll impact business and investments
• The future of crypto and NFTs
• The next wave of new tech: 5G, AI, robotics, regenerative medicine, and more
Russia’s actions toward Ukraine shifted the global political order – creating one more driver of economic uncertainty already compounded by the lingering effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, inflation, and more. Ron Insana has been connecting the dots to give his audience a clearer idea of what the economic future might look like. As a pioneering financial journalist, Ron has covered the most important economic stories of our lifetime over his nearly four decades on television. He even won an Emmy Award for his reporting about 9/11. Currently senior analyst and commentator with 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.
He’s also written for Money magazine, USA Today, and authored four books on investing and reading the financial markets. In Ron’s speeches, he looks at how Wall Street, Main Street, and Washington are intersecting – and translates the market signals and political maneuvers into actionable information everyone can understand and use to protect what they have and navigate an uncertain future.
Ron Insana was a trailblazer; among the first group of financial journalists who launched the Financial News Network (FNN) in 1984. When FNN merged with CNBC in 1991, Ron continued to cover the most important stories affecting the financial markets as an anchor and correspondent on CNBC and on other NBC news outlets. In the process, he became one of the most visible reporters broadcasting financial news.
Over the years, Ron became well-known for his high-profile interviews, which included Presidents Clinton and Bush; billionaire investors Warren Buffett, George Soros and Julian Robertson, among others; captains of industry like Bill Gates, the late Jack Welch and the late Steve Jobs; top economists, analysts and global heads of state, from Former Soviet leader, Mikhail Gorbachev, to Jordan’s Queen, Rania.
During his broadcasting career, Ron has received numerous honors for his work. He was named one of the “Top 100 Business News Journalists of the 20th Century” and was nominated for a news and documentary Emmy Award for his role in NBC’s coverage of the 9/11 terrorist attack.
Ron Insana has authored four books: How to Make a Fortune from the Biggest Bailout in U.S. History (2009); Traders Tales: A Chronicle of Wall Street Myths, Legends, and Outright Lies (1996), Trend Watching: Don’t Be Fooled by the Next Investment Fad, Mania, or Bubble (2002), and The Message of the Markets (2000).
In addition to writing, contributing, and advising, Ron Insana is a highly-regarded speaker on domestic and global economics, financial markets, and economic policy issues. He is also currently senior adviser at Schroders Investment Management.