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January 09th 2015:Not Another 2015 Forecast: What's Happening Right Now?

Rather than getting caught up in another 2015 forecast, Engage is focusing on the here and now. Dropping oil prices, changes in the Eurozone, and the beginning of a fresh political agenda dominate the headlines. Tune in to hear what our guests have to say about the markets and political landscapes as they evolve. Greg Valliere of Potomac Research Group covers all things D.C. and will help us understand the state of US politics at the start of a new year. Global market strategist Michael Woolfolk of BNY Mellon will share his thoughts on European markets as they face deflation and intervention b

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Greg Valliere

With over 30 years of experience in covering Washington for institutional investors, Greg Valliere coordinates political and economic research. He focuses on how Congress and the White House shape fiscal policies and monitors the Federal Reserve Board’s interest rate policies. Prior to joining Potomac Research, Mr. Valliere served as Chief Policy Strategist for Soleil Securities Corporation. He previously held key strategy roles at Charles Schwab’s Washington Research Group and The Washington Forum. Mr. Valliere co-founded The Washington Forum in 1974, serving as Chief Political Analyst and editor of the group’s publications, and ultimately as Research Director. He began his career in
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Michael Woolfolk

Michael Woolfolk is a managing director and global market strategist at Bank of New York Mellon. He is responsible for North American global markets research and strategy and writes daily morning commentary on overnight developments in global markets. He was the chief architect and product manager for the interactive Portfolio Flow Monitor (iPFM), which analyzed cross-border flows of BNY's global custody business. He was the most frequently cited financial markets analyst in the world from 2001-2010 (over 12,000 cites) according to Factiva Dow Jones. Global Finance ranked BNY #1 bank in foreign exchange research from 2005-2010. Global Investor ranked BNY #1 bank for daily research, macro r
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Dennis Gartman

Dennis Gartman appears on CNBC, ROB-TV and Bloomberg television, discussing commodities and the capital markets, and speaks before various associations and trade groups around the world. In 1987, he began producing The Gartman Letter on a full-time basis, which he continues to do today. Gartman has been directly involved in the capital markets since 1974, after his graduate work at the North Carolina State University. He was an economist for Cotton Inc. in the early 1970s, analyzing cotton supply/demand in the US textile industry. He then went to NCNB National Bank in Charlotte, N.C., where he traded foreign exchange and money market instruments. In the late '70s, Gartman became the
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