What Else Can We Learn From Brian Wesbury?

Lauren Smith |
Here’s the second half of my recent talk with forecaster Brian Wesbury.

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I’m joined once again by Brian Wesbury, chief economist at First Trust Portfolios. Brian was named the No. 1 economic forecaster by The Wall Street Journal back in 2001 and has repeatedly shared priceless insights on Fox News, Bloomberg, CNBC, and many other outlets throughout the years. In this second part of our recent conversation, Brian talks about opting for stocks over long-term bonds, the potential for inflation, and his outlook for next year.

Cited below for your convenience are timestamps that will direct you to various points in the video. Feel free to watch the full message, or use these timestamps to skip to topics that interest you most:

0:11 — Interest rates and making smart investments today

1:35  — Being mindful of this huge boom in the money supply

4:50 — The airline industry and the state of oil

9:40 — Brian’s outlook for 2021 (regardless of who takes office in January)

If you have any questions for me about the economy, the upcoming election, or the financial world in general, don’t hesitate to reach out via phone or email today. I look forward to hearing from you.

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