Senior Macroeconomic Analyst
Matt has worked as an editorial consultant to the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the Economist Intelligence Unit and other global macro-institutions. He wrote about markets and economics for U.S. News & World Report, Bloomberg News and Investor’s Business Daily, among other publications. He also worked for several years as head of political economy for a Financial Times-owned macroeconomic consulting firm, advising hedge funds around the world. Matt’s claim to fame is that he’s interviewed two U.S. presidents and has spoken with five Federal Reserve Chairs from Paul Volcker through Jerome Powell. Matt also served as The Oxford Club’s Editorial Director for two years.
Articles by Matt Benjamin
The Monday Effect
March 10, 2020
Investors have likely spent the weekend worrying about all the negative factors that might impact their portfolios…
A Bet on the Dollar
February 25, 2020
Non-U.S. residents are making sure they have access to U.S. dollars in case things go awry…
Can the Fed Save Our Portfolios From Coronavirus?
February 11, 2020
Is the Fed ready to effectively counter the impact the virus might have on the U.S.?
An Investment in Rising Inequality
January 22, 2020
These next technology revolutions will boost productivity and raise living standards for all…
Leave the Taxman in the Cold This Year
January 21, 2020
Using these tips to retain an additional 4% of your portfolio’s return each year could mean an extra $419,000 in retirement…
These Truths Are No Longer True
December 17, 2019
“When the facts change, I change my mind. What do […]
Can Stocks Go Any Higher?
November 19, 2019
If investors continue to believe the economy is strong and that there are great opportunities in the market… then the entire market can definitely head higher.