Trailblazing financial journalist, veteran CNBC Contributor, and best-selling author
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Almost as well known for his high-profile broadcast interviews as his financial acumen, Ron Insana is a highly regarded speaker on the global economy, financial markets, and economic policy issues.
For audiences interested in what the driving forces of the economy are and how they will impact business, industry, and individual investment decisions, Ron has the answers. He examines how Wall Street, Main Street, and Washington intersect. His hands-on experience in the financial industry – through some of the markets’ most turbulent times – gives him an added depth of perspective that few financial journalists can match. He translates the market signals and political maneuvers, combines them with the day’s financial news, and delivers actionable information everyone can understand and use to protect what they have and discover opportunities in any type of market condition.
“Financial markets send messages. Heed them because forewarned is forearmed with respect to future economic, political, and geo-political events.” - Ron Insana
Ron brings more than three decades of expertise analyzing the financial markets. Just as he does in his role as a contributor to CNBC, Ron offers his clear-cut evaluation on everything from Wall Street and the global economy to the impact of interest rates. Ron carries the unique distinction of being a financial journalist who ran his own hedge fund. financial journalists can match He has written for Money magazine, USA Today, and is a best-selling author on books focused on investing and reading the financial market, including How to Make a Fortune from the Biggest Bailout in U.S. History (2009).
Ron Insana was among the group of financial journalists who launched the Financial News Network (FNN) in 1984. FNN eventually merged with CNBC in 1991 and Ron became one of the most visible financial news reporters, serving as an anchor and correspondent on CNBC and other NBC news outlets. His high-profile interviews include U.S. Presidents Clinton and Bush, billionaire investors like Warren Buffet, global heads of state, as well as captains of industry like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs.Trailblazing financial journalist, veteran CNBC Contributor, and best-selling author
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