The stock market is hitting record highs and business language is shifting from resilience to recovery & rebound. Simultaneously there’s talk of inflation and many organizations are still struggling and in need of support.
Markets often move with the consensus, until they don’t. Looking for the out-of-consensus thought is key in determining what happens next.
Catherine Murray has more than 25 years experience reviewing and analyzing current market trends, the economy and business development. She brings insight into what to watch for in the coming year to help you and your business set up for success.
- How to remain competitive in a changing market
- Where innovation and disruption are creating opportunity
- Trends for both small businesses and large corporations
Catherine Murray offers a wealth of knowledge through interviews with economists, strategists, asset allocators, traders, CEOs, owners & operators of businesses, in addition to policy makers. Many will know her from her previous position, as a senior anchor at BNN Bloomberg, for the past 10 years. The great relationships she formed with guests has allowed her to continue interviewing them, on her digital platform, in a more in-depth/longer format vs a 5-7 minute TV conversation. She covers the most pressing & relevant items & opportunities, including market moves, fintech, cryptocurrencies and more.
Secondly, she heads up her family office; the future of wealth is exactly her mandate. The position allows her access to some of the smartest investors, and emerging opportunities. Combining that with her Wall Street background, she’s equipped to share themes & ideas that shape future investment return outcomes. Importantly, although she spent her career in equity research and institutional sales at William Blair, Goldman & Deutsche Bank, she began as a retail assistant at one of the big 5 banks. Through that experience, she has a great appreciation for the importance of an advisor role and the individual investor.
What Will Shape the Future of Wealth:
•Preservation of Capital
•Access to the best managers/products
•Exposure to emerging growth opportunities