Peter Ricchiuti

Peter Ricchiuti

Speaker Peter Ricchiuti economics & Finance keynotes

Speaker:

PETER RICCHIUTI

Wall Street Investment Visionary and Entertaining Finance Speaker

Topics:

Market Signals: What the Financial Markets Are Telling Us Now

Uncertainty Brings Opportunity


Prior to becoming an assistant dean at Tulane University’s A.B. Freeman School of Business, financial guru and speaker Peter Ricchiuti enjoyed a successful investment career on Wall Street. He also served as state treasurer and chief investment officer for the state of Louisiana, and managed the state’s $3 billion investment and retirement fund portfolio and an additional $8 million in retirement funds.

In 1993, Peter Ricchiuti founded the Burkenroad Reports investment research program. Since that time, he has earned praise for his management of the program, which involves his leading of teams of more than 130 Tulane University business students as they research and assess undervalued stocks in four southern states. His insight and humor have made him a popular financial speaker across the country, and he has twice been named Tulane’s top business professor. Speaker Peter Ricchiuti’s many clients have included the National Football League, who hired him to teach investment workshops for the New Orleans Saints.

Speaker Peter Ricchiuti

Market Signals: What the Financial Markets Are Telling Us Now

“If the majority of people were right, the majority of 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

Business speaker Peter Ricchiuti instructs audiences on what to look for while stock hunting. He elaborates on the criteria and methodology he uses in his own investment research program, which is driven by more than 130 university business students who search for investment opportunities among undervalued stocks.

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