Greg Valliere, Horizon Investments, Chief Global Strategist, Change Comes to Washington, from Politics to the Federal Reserve, December 14, 2016
Greg Valliere is the Chief Global Strategist at Horizon Investments. With over three decades of experience following Washington for investors, Greg brings a unique perspective to Horizon — analyzing policy and politics and their impact on the markets.
After Graduating from George Washington University, Greg co-founded The Washington Forum, which linked Wall Street with Washington. He subsequently held several positions, including Director of Research at the Charles Schwab Washington Research Group.
Greg specializes in coverage of the Federal Reserve, economic policy and — of course — politics. He is a frequent guest on CNBC, Bloomberg TV and radio, CNN, Fox Business News and CBS radio. He is frequently quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Barrons and The New York Times.
Greg is a member of the Conference of Business Economists and holds a Series 7 license. He and his wife Mary live in downtown DC, at the Watergate.
Sign-up for Greg’s daily Capitol Notes at: www.GregValliere.com
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