Jason Trennert

SYLLA & TRENNERT: ELECTION INVESTMENT LESSONS AND STRATEGIES

November 11, 2016

The impact of the election. Lessons from the past and strategies for the future with noted financial historian Richard Sylla and leading investment strategist Jason Trennert.

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TRENNERT: TRUMP QUESTIONS

November 11, 2016

TRENNERT: TRUMP QUESTIONS

How did the political, business and media establishment miss the deep unhappiness and discontent of so many middle class Americans who voted for Donald Trump?
Jason Trennert straddles both worlds as head of influential macro research firm, Strategas Research Partners and the son of middle class parents and grandson of Italian immigrants. He is deeply troubled by how out of touch the elites are and is searching for some answers.

Watch the related WEALTHTRACK episode.

BRUGÈRE-TRÉLAT & TRENNERT: BREXIT’S LONG-TERM CONSEQUENCES

July 8, 2016

Brexit, Britain’s decision to leave the European Union has long term economic and market consequences. What are they?  Franklin Mutual European Fund manager, Philippe Brugere-Trelat and leading strategist, Jason Trennert of Strategas Research Partners weigh in.

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TRENNERT: UNAPPRECIATED BULL MARKET

October 9, 2015

Despite the fact that we have had an almost uninterrupted bull market for the last 6 years, investors have remained largely unconvinced, favoring bonds over stocks by an overwhelming margin. Are the best years of the bull market now behind us? Are equity markets becoming too volatile and risky to navigate safely?  This week’s guest doesn’t think so. Financial Thought Leader, Jason Trennert, Chief Investment Strategist of Strategas Research Partners explains why US stocks are still a good deal for investors. Continue Reading »

TRENNERT: THE REAL WALL STREET

June 12, 2015
As it’s the final week of Public Television’s fund-raising drive, this weekend we are revisiting a program about changes in charitable giving. Two heads of leading philanthropies, Jed Bernstein of Lincoln Center and Jack Lund of the YMCA of Greater New York discuss how organizations are adapting to new societal needs and donor demands.

New this week. If perception is nine-tenths of reality then Wall Street has a problem. According to recent polls, just 21% of Americans view Wall Street favorably, while 33% have negative opinions. Are these feelings justified? That is the question we posed in this week’s EXTRA interview.
Our guest is Jason DeSena Trennert, Chairman of Strategas Research Partners and a 27 year Wall Street veteran of both major investment firms and independent ones. He is also the author of the just published MY SIDE OF THE STREET: Why Wolves, Flash Boys, Quants, and Masters of the Universe Don’t Represent the Real Wall Street. Continue Reading »

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