Top Ten Risks for 2013: positive and negative opportunities
The 2008 financial crisis, the European debt crisis and China’s stock market collapse were all three tailed events that have become the norm and not the exception in today’s market. Low probability, high-risk events generate uncertainty and opportunity for those willing to keep their eyes and options open in 2013. With his thirty years of financial market experience, Andrew Busch will detail what he sees as the top ten risks for 2013 that can create a +/- 10% move in the markets. From an election in Germany to the outlook for the US housing recovery, Busch supplies his unique brand of analysis and ideas. As author and publisher of the Busch Update, Busch has investigated and written on top, market moving events including his book, “World Event Trading: how to profit from today’s headlines.” (Wiley, 2007) Since March of 2011, Busch has shared his views on CNBC’s Money in Motion show with keen analysis and humor that shows how the global markets are connected and how they impact your world.
Author, columnist and television commentator, Andrew Busch has been connecting the dots between events and global financial markets for the last twenty-five years
Andrew B. Busch is the editor-in-chief for the global market and public policy newsletter The Busch Update. He is a contributor for CNBC and for the last two years he was a regular panelist on CNBC’s show, Money in Motion.
For 22 years, he was with BMO Capital Markets and has written the Busch Update for the last 13 years. He was named BMO’s global currency and public policy strategist in 2007. Based in Chicago, he is a recognized expert on the world financial markets and how these markets are impacted by political events.