Jason Trennert

TRENNERT – GREAT ECONOMIC HERO

November 15, 2019

GREAT ECONOMIC HERO

Jason Trennert, a student of Wall Street, Main Street, and Washington has seen it all from his perch as an influential investment strategist and head of a leading macro research firm. Always on the look-out for inspiring leaders, he has one to share with us.

Keeping At It: The Quest for Sound Money and Good Government

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RECESSION & BEAR MARKET RISKS WITH FINANCIAL THOUGHT LEADER JASON TRENNERT

November 15, 2019

As the Dow and S&P 500 hit new records this week, there is much to contemplate and for the markets to digest in the final weeks of 2019. Time to consult Jason Trennert of Strategas Research Partners, a financial thought leader who has the scope to put it all together and tell us what it means.
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FINANCIAL THOUGHT LEADER JASON TRENNERT WARNS THE PASSIVE STRESS TEST HAS YET TO COME

June 8, 2018
It’s the final week of the spring fundraising season for Public Television, so we are revisiting a recent rare and very popular interview from two-time Morningstar Manager of the Year awardee, David Giroux. Watch the episode again here.

NEW THIS WEEK… Passive investing has swept through Wall Street during the nearly decade-long bull market, pushing many actively managed strategies to the sidelines. Financial thought leader Jason Trennert warns the passive stress test has yet to come.  

WEALTHTRACK Episode #1451; Originally published on June 06, 2018

TRENNERT: THOUGHT INFLUENCERS

May 18, 2018

THOUGHT INFLUENCERS

Barron’s has called Jason Trennert one of Wall Street’s Best Minds. What books are keeping his mind sharp? He gave us two recent reads that have influenced his thinking on two different topics.

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INFLUENTIAL STRATEGIST JASON TRENNERT SAYS THE FULL EFFECTS OF TAX REFORM & DEREGULATION ARE STILL AHEAD

May 18, 2018

Influential strategist Jason Trennert explains why economic growth is accelerating and Main Street will now lead Wall Street.
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