David Rosenberg & Stephanie Pomboy: “Investors Better Buckle Up” For The Rocky Year Ahead

Wealthion, Released on 12/22/22

Stephanie Pomboy returns to Wealthion to interview highly-respected economist David Rosenberg about his macro & market outlook for 2023. Without revealing too many spoilers, David sees a painful recession and new bear market bottom ahead for the coming year.

Part 1 (part 2 below)

Here in Part 2 of of interview with economist David Rosenberg, guest host Stephanie Pomboy asks David his predictions on how bonds, stocks and gold should perform in 2023.

Part 2

Stephanie Pomboy is an economist and founder of the economic research firm MacroMavens. Before launching her firm, Pomboy worked as a managing director at an independent economic research firm ISI Group from 1991 to 2002. She provided timely financial insight and analysis to the country’s most sophisticated and largest institutions. Then, she began her career at Cyrus J. Lawrence LLC’s investment management company after earning a bachelor’s degree in 1990. Pomboy spent over a decade working with Ed Hyman and Nancy Lazar at ISI Group and Cyrus J. Lawrence LLC. In addition, Pomboy hosts a joint podcast called The Super Terrific Happy Hour with Grant Williams of Things That Make You Go Hmmm… newsletter.

David Rosenberg is the chief economist & strategist of Rosenberg Research & Associates, an economic consulting firm he established in January 2020. He received both a Bachelor of Arts and Masters of Arts degree in economics from the University of Toronto. Prior to starting his firm, he was Gluskin Sheff’s chief economist & strategist. Mr. Rosenberg was also chief North American economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in New York and prior thereto, he was a senior economist at BMO Nesbitt Burns and Bank of Nova Scotia. Mr. Rosenberg previously ranked first in economics in the Brendan Wood International Survey for Canada for seven straight years, was on the US Institutional Investor All American All Star Team for four years, and was ranked second overall in the 2008 survey.

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