Recognized by the Wall Street Journal as the “Most Accurate Economic Forecaster” in 2019, Bernard Baumohl is the best-selling author of The Secrets of Economic Indicators and the Chief Economist for the Economic Outlook Group. He has a unique ability to translate complex economic concepts into plain English.
Bernard will be presenting “The Secrets of Economic Indicators.” He will teach attendees the hidden clues to future economic trends, as well as discuss the opportunities and risks ahead for investments.
Attendees will learn:
- How the pandemic changed the economic and business landscape.
- The outlook for consumer and business spending, interest rates, inflation, employment, energy prices and supply chains.
- What steps businesses should take to better protect from future disruptive events
- and more!
2022 FCA International Leadership Council: March 23-26, Las Vegas, the Wynn Hotel
The FCA International Leadership Council is the only event in North America for finishing contractors by finishing contractors. This year’s program is designed to help contractors increase their net worth by working on their business instead of in their business. Attendees will network, share and learn with a group of their peers through in-person networking, presentations and events!
Registration for the International Leadership Council is open. Make sure to click on the following link to register and book your room today!
About the Speaker
Bernard Baumohl is chief global economist at The Economic Outlook Group. He is well known for being ahead of the curve in assessing the direction of the U.S. and world economy. In 2019, the Wall Street Journal ranked him as the most accurate economic forecaster. Mr. Baumohl began his career as an analyst with the Council on Foreign Relations, a think tank specializing in international affairs and national security. He later served as an economist at European American Bank with responsibilities to monitor the global economy. Mr. Baumohl was also an award‐winning economics reporter with TIME magazine and covered the White House, Federal Reserve and Wall Street.
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