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Peter Ricchiuti    

Tulane Finance Professor & "Funny Economist"

Peter Ricchiuti (Ri-Chooty) is originally from Boston but “came to New Orleans just as soon as he'd heard about it.”

He has been featured widely in the financial media including; The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, CNBC and BARRON's.

Peter has addressed more than 1100 groups in 47 states and several countries. He is also the host of "Out To Lunch", a weekly business show on National Public Radio in New Orleans.

Peter teaches finance at Tulane University where he has received numerous teaching awards. He is the business professor you WISH you had back in college.

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"If the majority of people were right, the majority of the people would be rich... and they're not!" Following the herd has rarely produced superior long-term results. Tulane University's Peter Ricchiuti will share his informative and entertaining perspective on financial markets, the importance of proper diversification, and the cyclical nature of both stocks and investment sectors. He will also tell us about the unusual securities research program he heads up with his students.

Uncertainty Brings Opportunity

Following the herd has rarely produced superior investment results. Current volatility gives advisors an opportunity to provide real value to clients and additional market opportunities for their practice. Tulane professor and keynote speaker Peter Ricchiuti brings this to us in a fresh and entertaining format. He will also talk to us about the unique stock research program he runs with his students.

What's Ahead for Your Industry? Find out what Wall Street is saying about you

Market Signals: What the financial markets are telling us about the future

New Economy/Old Economy: What's in it for you?

Keeping Up with (Dow) Jones: Interpreting Wall Street jargon for fun and profit

The Four Most Dangerous Words in Finance: "This Time It's Different!"

The truth is that, despite the media hysteria, the financial markets and the economy follow historical patterns. Recognizing and understanding these trends can pay big dividends.

Stocks Under Rocks: How to Uncover Overlooked, Profitable Market Opportunities

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