Please join us for our 3rd annual dinner event! This year's key note speaker is Michael Santoli. Michael is an Associate Editor for Barron's, The Dow Jones Business and Financial Weekly. He writes the “Streetwise” column, offering a forward-looking take on the financial markets, illuminating market trends and identifying investment opportunities. Mr. Santoli is a regular on-air contributor to several cable and broadcast networks. He joined Barron’s in 1997.
Born in Manhasset, N.Y., Mr. Santoli received a bachelor's degree in history from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn. He lives in New York City.
Presentation: What Year Is It?
Placing the current economic and investing cycle in proper context requires looking toward similar periods in the past. Is this year and the one soon to come more like 2005, 1938, 1995 or 2008—or none of these years at all? And what would each mean for the risks and opportunities in today’s markets? Also, why do stock and bond markets often diverge from visible economic conditions? Where are the risks and opportunities in today’s investment environment?