About Tony Dwyer - Canaccord Genuity Macroeconomist and Chief Market Strategist:
Tony Dwyer is a globally recognized macroeconomist and market strategist, highly sought-after among executives and associations for his sound insights on what drives the global economy - and the role human nature plays in economic activity and investing. Frequently featured on CNBC and Bloomberg, Tony’s entertaining and practical approach on current and future economic trends, along with his thought-provoking presentation style - draws from a long career advising some of the country’s biggest companies and professional investors. His unique ability to take complicated jargon down to an understandable and digestible level - accentuated with humour - will have an audience thinking and speaking well after the talk is over. As a speaker, Tony has presented for companies across the country, as well as various hedge funds and associations.
Tony serves as the Chief Market Strategist for Canaccord Genuity which he joined in 2012 following the acquisition of Collins Stewart - where he was the Chief Equity Strategist. Prior to Collins Stewart, Tony spent many years at FTN Financial’s equity arm as the Chief Equity Market Strategist, Co-Director of Research, Chairman of the Investment Committee and sat on the firm’s Operating Committee.
Tony lives in New Jersey with his wife and two sons and is on the Board of Trustees for LeMoyne College, his alma mater. He enjoys being a private pilot, scuba diving, sky diving and all outdoor sports.
What Tony Dwyer Talks About:
Tony brings a wealth of experience from Main Street to Wall Street when discussing the global economy, international macro events, how human nature works in investing and movements in capital markets. He gives over 300 presentations a year to audiences, large and small – and is also available for bespoke presentations and projects for institutions and corporations.
Popular Topics include:
- The Macro-Economic Outlook – and why most of the indicators are terrible
- What really moves an economic cycle and business trends
- How human nature and the media can influence decisions
- Mythbusters – with so much information in the media, what should I be listening to?