Jeffrey has developed a large-scale macroeconomic forecasting model that allows him to analyze current economic trends and determine their future impacts on the economy. His analyses can be found on the Economic Calendar in addition to the Economic Insight, Economic Data Previews, and Economic Data Reviews columns. He also provides commentary on Live In Play. Prior to joining Briefing.com, Jeffrey spent two years at AEGON where he provided long-term economic forecasts and analyzed current economic problems for the investment division. He was an adjunct professor at Ohio Wesleyan University teaching econometrics and obtained a Ph.D. in Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics from Ohio State University.
Careered primary in healthcare equities and finance. Held board seats in 15 companies. MBA in Finance & Quantitative Analysis; BS in Mathematics and Economics. Interests include: continued hegemony of the USA and our allies, improving our political system to minimize the pursuit of foolish policies, improving our educational system, better debates of conservative vs liberal vs libertarian ideas, limitations of economic policies in a capitalist society, limitations of science, long term investing, market psychology, Godel's Theorem, Dark Matter, Dark Energy, Chaos Theory, exposing faulty-logic and half-truths, catching my own foolish mistakes, etc.
2 summers on wall st ...JPM. Vaults of the trust department 1975 1976...
3 years Institute del Arte e il Restauro...Florence italy.
5 years Consiglio di Instituto, Borgo a Mozzano ,Italy
1 year member of giunta
Single parent of two for 13 years.
USA 1956-1982 and present.
My father worked JPM between 1923 and 1985
He was a director in the 60s
He was executor of JP jr will.
He testified in congress re charges of insider trading....Texas Gulf Sulfur 1966
This explains my points of view re banking and finance....
It does not mean I condone bankers or their worse habits.
Morgan was no doubt the worst of war profiteers...jmho
......but he was considered the most trustworthy of bankers.
I have been investing my money for more than 20 years. Made my big fortune in Hong Kong market with China company expose. But finally I choose to stay in US stock market because the US companies are the most shareholder-friendly listed companies and people on the top management of the company listen to the shareholders' voice.
In the early 1990s, during the middle of a secular bull market, I began work on "A Modern Approach To Graham and Dodd Investing," that was not particularly suited for the decade of the 1990s, but was ideally suited for the following "Lost Decade" of the 2000s.