Gary Shilling

Gary Shilling

Dr. Shilling is President of A. Gary Shilling & Co., Inc., economic consultants and investment advisors, and publisher of INSIGHT, a monthly report of economic forecasts and investment strategy. He has also been a Forbes magazine columnist since 1983 and writes the “Financial Strategy” column.

Before establishing his own firm in 1978, Dr. Shilling was Senior Vice President and Chief Economist of White, Weld & Co. He set up the Economics Department at Merrill Lynch, at age 29, and served as the firm’s first chief economist. Prior to Merrill Lynch, he was with Standard Oil Co. NJ (now ExxonMobil).

A contributor to the financial press, he appears frequently on radio and television business shows. He’s written several books. His latest book is Letting Off Steam – A Collection of Commentaries on Matters Great and Small, Complex and Mundane, Serious and Frivolous.

He is on a number of corporate and charitable boards and is an avid beekeeper.

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Gary Shilling joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to think about the relationship between inflation and deflation on a national and global economic perspective, plus whether there’s a disconnect between Wall Street and Main Street.
Gary Shilling joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the reason commodities, especially copper, are good leading indicators of the direction of the global economy.
Gary Shilling joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that while a recession isn’t imminent, there are factors that are trending toward a slowdown in the global economy that could impact the U.S.