June 11, 2021

Influential economist and strategist Dave Rosenberg has had several times in his career, most notably at the height of the tech bubble in 2000 and another leading up to the global financial crisis in 2007, when he was so out of consensus by being bearish that his colleagues and clients pressured him to change his forecasts. 

At one point a former firm refused to let him use the “B” word in his research reports and the head of the bond desk threw his charts package at him in disgust.  He explains how he withstands similar pressures now.

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