About The Instructor
Stuart Schweitzer is Vice Chairman and Global Markets Strategist for J.P. Morgan Private Banking. He is responsible for analysis of global financial markets and economies with an emphasis on asset allocation and market strategy. He is a member of the Private Bank Global Investment Committee, which guides asset allocation for J.P. Morgan Private Clients globally. He is a senior voice of the firm on the economy, investment outlook, and portfolio strategy. He is a frequent speaker at investment conferences, a frequent guest on CNBC, Bloomberg TV, and PBS Nightly Business Report, and is quoted regularly in the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal and other business periodicals. He divides his time between the Firm’s Private Banking Offices in Florida and New York. Stu joined J.P. Morgan from the Federal Reserve in 1975. He joined the investment management business in 1988, initially as the organization’s economist and subsequently as Head of quantitative and strategy research in the U.S. equity group. He became Global Strategist for J.P. Morgan Asset Management in 1999 and took on the same role for J.P. Morgan Private Bank in 2003. Stu is a graduate of City College of New York and holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Minnesota. A portion of his doctoral studies was conducted as a Research Fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C.