While it may have looked like rising interest rates caused the recent stock market correction, investment consultant Kevin Spellman says what really spooked the market were some skeletons in the closet: deteriorating growth and surprises in an environment of elevated expectations.
Spellman is the David O. Nicholas Director of Investment Management and a senior lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He has more than 25 years of investment experience, managing several multi-billion-dollar funds. In addition to his expertise in investment strategies, asset valuation, and psychology of the stock market, Spellman can discuss an array of U.S. economic indicators, including wages, housing, debt and consumer confidence – and the effects of those on the national economy.
Available: Any time Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. After 5:15 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday.