Never has an investor had so much to worry about, Frank Cappiello shows
his audiences the potential pitfalls of the marketplace while providing
sound advice for making the most of their money. Frank Cappiello is one of
the country's leading financial analysts and an expert on the U.S. and
global economy with a unique angle - he talks about what is happening in the
economy from the Wall Street perspective. Since 1970 he has been widely
recognized as a frequent panelist on PBS' Wall $treet Week With Louis
Rukeyser, he can also be seen on ABC's Good Morning America, CNN, and CNBC.
In addition to being president of a San Francisco-based investment advisory
firm, McCullough, Andrews & Cappiello, he also the author of Frank
Cappiello's Guide to Finding the Next Superstock and The Complete Guide to
Closed-End Funds and contributes a regular column to CBS.MarketWatch.com.
- Wall Street Week
- Expert: U.S. &
- The "New" American Economy and Wall
- Perils & Possibilities
"New" American Economy and Wall Street:
Perils & Possibilities
- An economic and financial forecast of the next 18 months including
an overview of current economic trends in the U.S. and some comments
on global competition including:
- The birth and development of the "New" American economy.
- It's effect on global competition and the U.S. stock market.
- Risks and opportunities for the U.S. in the next two years.
- Global overview - Japan, Mexico, and Europe. China - an awakening
giant or an overblown dragon? Oil and politics in the Middle East.
- Some long-term trends to year 2000 including changes in lifestyles
and its effect on retailing.
|"For more than a decade, we have been hearing
that the U.S. is an "economic cripple" unable to compete with
Japan or Germany in "high tech" or "low tech"; that our work
force is lazy, our products low in quality, and our collective
will to grow profitably has been eroded. Wrong on all counts!
What our economic adversaries were seeing was the flabby U.S. of
the late 1970's and early 1980's, culminating in 1985 when the
World Economic Congress pronounced Japan #1 in competitiveness.
How time have changed. That same group last year pronounced the
U.S. the #1 competitive nation with Japan #2! That's the untold
financial story - that the U.S. economy is different today than
in the 1980's - or the 70's or 60's. That's the reason the stock
market measured by the stock market has surged from 2500 to 5700
in more than 5 years and why Honda, BMW, Mercedes, Michelin and
a hundred other world class industrial giants have located in
the U.S. in the past ten years. And the economic scenario gets
even better as we approach the 21 century"
. . .