This week’s guest, Larry Jeddeloh helps us to better understand the current economic conditions and how that resolves into levels for markets. We take a deep journey through the extreme measures that central banks are taking and more importantly why.
Key economic data points are discussed in this episode as well as the outlook for markets over the next few months. While buyers have been stubbornly ignoring fundamentals for many sectors, will they soon become aware of the potential pitfalls of their actions? Or will fundamentals prove them right over the upcoming earnings season?
Listen in as we discuss a common dilemma listeners face when new to investing.
Larry Jeddeloh is the Editor of The Institutional Strategist, and Founder of TIS Group in Minneapolis. He is an experienced investment management professional with over 36 years in the business. Mr. Jeddeloh founded TIS Group in 1995.
Previously, Mr. Jeddeloh held the position of Chief Investment Officer of Resource Capital Advisers, with responsibilities for $1 billion in assets. Prior to joining Resource, he was with the Union Bank of Switzerland in ZÃ¼rich, where he was a Vize-Director and the Chief Investment Strategist in the Institutional Global Asset Management Group. In the 1980s, he was Director of Equity Research at the Leuthold Group, a well-known institutional research firm in Minneapolis, Minnesota, for seven years. He was also a partner of Leuthold and Anderson Investment Management Counseling and Weeden & Company, an institutional brokerage firm.
Mr. Jeddeloh earned his Bachelor of Science in Finance and a Masters of Business Administration degree from University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota. He has taught courses in investments and corporate finance at the University of Minnesota, the University of Northwestern (MN, formerly Northwestern College), and Augsburg College. Mr. Jeddeloh is a member of Chatham House, home of the Royal Institute of International Affairs. His work has been noted and used in various publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Forbes, Money Magazine, Your Money, U.S. News & World Report, Barron‘s, and Global Finance.