No Quarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle Welcomes Keith Fitz-Gerald
Posted by Larry Doyle on November 8, 2009 1:10 PM |
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Who would have projected the twists and turns we have experienced on our global economic landscape? Who would have forecasted the ups and downs in the markets? Who has the global perspective to project where our economies and markets are headed? While the future is always uncertain, experience is always the best teacher. Where can one turn to gain riveting insights and perspectives from some of the sharpest minds in the market today?
Welcome to No Quarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle as I welcome Keith Fitz-Gerald to my show this Sunday evening November 8th at 8pm. So, who is Keith Fitz-Gerald? From Keith’s own website, we learn:
When Keith speaks, savvy investors listen. He is one of the few to correctly call the dot.bomb collapse in 2000, the cyclical recovery in 2003 and the credit crisis in 2007 – a full year in advance. He’s got one of the best documented (and most accurate) predictive records in the business.
Keith is the Chief Investment Strategist for Money Map Press and Money Morning, is read by more than 500,000 subscribers each day in 30 countries. It’s free just in case you’re wondering. He also writes the following paid publications: The New China Trader, The Money Map Report, The Geiger Index and The Time Trader Pro – each of which is also read by customers around the world.
A former professional trade advisor, Keith has provided analysis, trading direction, and performance measurement to institutions and qualified individuals for more than twenty years. He is regarded as one of the world’s leading experts on global investing and is a popular, highly sought after speaker at financial conferences around the world – especially when it comes to Asia.
A frequent traveler who lives part-time each year in Asia, he believes in boots on the ground when it comes to identifying opportunities that will profit.
Keith is also a founding Fellow of the Kenos Circle, a Vienna, Austria-based think tank whose members work with institutional, corporate, and government clients worldwide to predict future economic and financial events.
Keith authored the recently released book, Fiscal Hangover, which addresses how to protect your money and profit in the new global economy.
Keith speaks at conferences and symposiums around the world. Don’t miss him on Sunday evening for what will assuredly be a fascinating conversation as we collectively ‘navigate the economic landscape’ at Sense on Cents.