Dr. Bill Conerly connects the dots between the economy and business decisions. He has the unique combination of a Ph.D. in economics from Duke University and over 30 years’ experience helping companies adapt to changing economic conditions. He has worked in economics and corporate planning at two Fortune 500 corporations and at a major bank, where he was senior vice president. He has earned the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation. Companies have used Dr. Conerly’s expertise to help with decisions regarding capital expenditures, inventory levels, expansion into new markets, pricing, business models and financial structure. Dr. Conerly is an on-line contributor to Forbes.com and the author of The Flexible Stance: Thriving in a Boom/Bust Economy (2016) as well as Businomics (2007). He had been interviewed on the News Hour with Jim Lehrer, CNN and CNBC. He has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Fortune Magazine, and USA Today.
Owner of small B2B company. Provide wayfinding signage to large corporations, healthcare, educational organizations and government. Over thirty years business experience in healthcare and wayfinding. BA from Michigan State University and masters from St. Louis University. Currently CFO and chairman of Franchise Advisory Commitee
I am an individual investor who would be happy to invest in CD's at my local bank for retirement income but the FDIC took my bank and the Fed took that option away. Now I enjoy researching dividend paying stocks that I can invest in for the long term. I know nothing but I love to read. I have been self employed in the building trades all my life.
Graduated from Westminster College in Finance. Did an internship with Northwestern Mutual as a financial planner. MBA candidate with emphasis in Finance, seeking Financial designation in the near future.