Denver Gold Group, in collaboration with the Colorado Mining Association, will host renowned forecaster David Hale at a special event in Denver on 18 October 2012.
David will present two scenarios focused on the impact for the commodity cycle following US elections, one scenario assuming President Obama achieves a second term and the other presuming the election of Mitt Romney to the Presidency.
David Hale is a prescient economic and political forecaster thanks to his extraordinary network of highly placed officials in governments all over the globe. If you are interested in the likely direction of the American and other major economies after the General Election – which will take place just a few weeks later – you won’t want to miss this unique event.
18 October 2012 from 11:30am to 1:15pm Denver Time
Capital Peak Ballroom, Pinnacle Club
Denver, Colorado, 80202, USA
Phone: 303 295 1234
David Hale is a Chicago-based global economist whose clients include asset management companies in North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. He is the founding chairman of David Hale Global Economics. Mr. Hale serves as the Global Economic Advisor to the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. He formerly worked as chief economist for Kemper Financial Services from 1977 to 1995 and Zurich Financial Services, which he joined as chief economist when it purchased Kemper in 1995. He advised the group’s fund management and insurance operations on both the economic outlook and a wide range of public policy issues until 2002, when he founded David Hale Global Economics.
Mr. Hale holds a B.Sc. degree in international economic affairs from the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and a M.Sc. degree in economics from the London School of Economics
Mr. Hale is a member of the National Association of Business Economists, New York Society of Security Analysts, National Business Economics Issue Council, Academic Advisory Board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, and Competitive Markets Advisory Council of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations in both New York and Chicago, and is a long-time member of the Australian American Leadership Dialogue.
He writes on a broad range of economic subjects and his articles have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, The New York Times, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun, The Australian Financial Review, Harvard Business Review, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, National Interest, and other publications. He lectures worldwide, to groups including the World Economic Forum, the Fortune Global CEO Conference and the National Association of Governors. He has frequently testified before Congressional committees on domestic and international economic policy issues, and has done briefings for senior officials in the executive branch, including former President George W. Bush.