Are you worried about how global trade wars are going to affect your portfolio?
What about changes in tax policy?
This is the episode for you. Chris Macke discusses these issues and some innovative solutions like Incentive-Based Corporate Tax Policy to make real change. We also discuss how you should look at these big issues in regards to your investments.
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Today's Guest: Chris Macke
For more than twenty-five years, Institutional Investment Strategist Chris Macke has worked in America’s financial sector discerning what stimulates job and wage growth. He has advised the Chicago and Washington, D.C. districts of the U.S. Federal Reserve providing market updates and insight on the impacts of monetary policy changes to asset valuations and market distortions. Macke has been a contributor to the “Summary of Commentary on Current Economic Conditions by Federal Reserve District” (The Beige Book) and has worked for Fortune 500 companies including General Electric as well as advising CalPERS, the largest U.S. public pension fund.
Macke earned a B.A. in political science focusing on political campaign strategy at the University of Southern California and an M.B.A. from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. He has guest lectured at Harvard, Columbia, and Georgetown Universities.
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