In this episode of WEALTHTRACK, leading Wall Street economist Nancy Lazar discusses the resilience of the U.S. economy, despite several canaries in the coal mine examples of financial strain. Lazar shares her insights on why the economy is holding up better than expected and what we can expect moving forward, including the impact of the Federal Reserve’s efforts to slow down the recovery. Lazar, a highly-ranked economist since 2001 and has been on Barron’s 100 Most Influential Women in U.S. Finance for the past three years, offers valuable insights for investors and anyone interested in the state of the economy.WEALTHTRACK Episode #1938 broadcast on March 17, 2023
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Nancy Lazar has been voted one of the top two economists by Institutional Investor readers for ten years straight. She co-founded two top-ranked independent macro research firms. She explains how she remains at the top of the game.