Former White House economic advisor, Harvard professor, and business speaker Todd Buchholz is a leading expert on global economic trends, finance, and market volatility. He has predicted trends with astonishing accuracy. Buchholz’s editorials in The Wall Street Journal correctly forecasted the 2001 slowdown in the U.S. and The New York Times often turns to him to decipher terrorist threats and the job market. BusinessWeek raved about his book, Market Shock: 9 Economic Upheavals that Will Shake Our Financial Future, which warned of the quicksand facing the stock market. The author of three books, including Lasting Lessons from the Corner Office: Essential Wisdom from the Twentieth Century’s Greatest Entrepreneurs and Rush: Why You Need and Love the Rat Race, Buchholz’s newest book, The Price of Prosperity: Why Rich Nations Fail and How to Renew Them, was published in June 2016, and examines models of success and failure in history, identifies the actions of great leaders, and offers a road map to recovery.
Listening to Todd Buchholz’s vision and expertise is essential in a decade marked by intense economic, military, and political insecurity. He elaborates on the “what if’s” of the years ahead by drawing on his firsthand knowledge of markets, investing, and politics. As a popular business speaker, Buchholz targets his entertaining remarks to the cutting edge of economics, finance, and business strategy.