- U.S. Fiscal Policy
- Business Growth and Trends
- Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- Financial Markets
Audience & Industry
- Board Meetings and Executive Briefings
- The Finance Industry
- The Manufacturing Industry
Jason Schenker is ranked one of the most accurate financial forecasters and futurists in the world. He shares his forecasts with business leaders and policy makers around the world.
Bloomberg News has ranked Jason Schenker #1 in the world for his forecast accuracy in 25 categories, including for his forecasts of the Euro, the British Pound, the Swiss Franc, the Russian Ruble, the Chinese RMB, crude oil prices, natural gas prices, gold prices, industrial metals prices, agricultural commodity prices, and U.S. non-farm payrolls. Schenker advises executives, industry groups, institutional investors, and central banks. He also attends OPEC and Fed events, and he has given keynotes for public companies, industry groups, and the US Federal Reserve. Schenker has even given talks at SXSW and advised NATO and the U.S. government on the economy, financial market outlook, the future of work, blockchain, Bitcoin, cryptocurrency, quantum computing, data analysis, forecasting, and fake news.
Schenker is a columnist for Bloomberg Opinion and he been a guest host of Bloomberg Television. He has written 22 books, nine of which have been #1 Best Sellers, including: Jobs for Robots, Quantum: Computing Nouveau, Commodity Prices 101, Recession-Proof, Electing Recession, The Future of Finance is Now, The Future of Energy, and The Robot and Automation Almanac for 2018 and 2020. Schenker also wrote The Promise of Blockchain, Futureproof Supply Chain, The Fog of Data, Robot-Proof Yourself, Financial Risk Management Fundamentals, Midterm Economics, The Dumpster Fire Election, Spikes: Growth Hacking Leadership, Reading the Economic Tea Leaves, Be the Shredder, Not the Shred, and The Future After COVID. His forthcoming books include The Future of Agriculture, The Future of Healthcare, The Future of Travel and Leisure, Content Monster, and Disruption Warfare: The Future of Military Conflict in a Time of Rapidly Advancing Technological Innovation. Schenker was featured as one of the world’s foremost futurists in the book After Shock.
Schenker incorporates long-term futurist trends into his discussions of the economy and financial markets. He has also created training courses for The Futurist Institute on the Future of Work, the Future of Transportation, the Future of Data, the Future of Finance, Futurist Fundamentals, the Future of Energy, the Future of Leadership, the Future of Healthcare, and the Future of Quantum Computing. Schenker is also an instructor for LinkedIn Learning, for which he has recorded courses on Audit and Due Diligence Foundations, Finance Foundations: Risk Management, Recession-Proof Strategies, and an Economic Indicators Weekly Series. Previously, Schenker worked for McKinsey as a Risk Specialist, where he was responsible for directing industrial, energy, and agricultural trading and risk initiatives on six continents. Schenker also worked for Wachovia as the Chief Energy and Commodity Economist, where he initiated coverage on commodity markets and wrote on domestic and international economic topics, as well as foreign exchange.
In addition to holding three masters degrees and numerous professional designations, he is a Certified Futurist and Long-Term Analyst as well as a Board Governance Fellow of the National Association of Corporate Directors.
Long-Term View of Fintech Disruptions
Future Trends Five Trends Shaping the Future
Jason Schenker's Speech Topics
The Economic and Financial Future After COVID
This presentation focuses on the economic, financial, and business impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The discussion includes forecasts for the economy, recession risks, and financial markets, as well as the outlooks for fiscal policy, Fed monetary policy, commodity markets, domestic manufacturing, global trade, real estate, employment and jobs, energy, finance and FinTech, food and agriculture, healthcare, national security, international relations, and travel. Topics in this talk come from Jason Schenker's recent book "The Future After COVID: Futurist Expectations for Changes, Challenges, and Opportunities After the COVID-19 Pandemic."
Our Disruptive Future Economy
How will the future of the economy, markets, and technology impact your working, personal, and investing lives? This presentation provides answers. This presentation includes a mix of short-term economic and financial market dynamics (like Fed policy, the dollar, interest rates and equity markets). Plus, this presentation includes a discussion of longer-term technological factors that present disruptive risks. This presentation helps executives and senior leaders plan for financial market volatility in the immediate term, whether from central bank and Fed policy, fiscal and tax policy, energy prices, equity markets, mortgage and interest rates, or digital currencies. This presentation is ideal for helping attendees develop a vision for the risks and opportunities from markets -- and technology. This presentation includes a discussion of topics from Jason Schenker's best-selling book Jobs for Robots, as well as from his most recent books, Robot-Proof Yourself and The Robot and Automation Almanac - 2018. Some topics include self-driving vehicles, IoT, Bitcoin, robots, automation, the future of work, and the future of the economy. This presentation can be customized to address the risks and opportunities in specific industries, regions, financial markets, and professions. Economic and financial market expectations across a three to five year time horizon can also be added to this presentation. Jason is the Chairman of The Futurist Institute.
The Economics of Elections
2018 is an election year. What does it mean for the economy? In this presentation, Jason Schenker, one of the top economic and financial forecasters in the world, shares his nonpartisan analysis on the importance of Presidential and Congressional elections for financial markets and the economy. This presentation also includes integrated forecasts of major global economies, with a particular focus on the United States. There is also significant discussion of current and near-term Fed and foreign central bank policies, interest rates, foreign exchange rates, the dollar, oil prices and precious metals prices. Hear market expectations and near-term forecasts from one of the most accurate forecasters in the world, according to Bloomberg News. The presentation will also discuss long-term trends and threats that will become increasingly important for future presidents. This presentation includes topics covered in Schenker’s best-selling book Electing Recession, and his recent book, The Economics of Elections. Audiences will learn about: Current economic and financial market conditions and forecasts from one of the top-ranked, most accurate forecasters in the world how political control impacts financial markets and the economy Increasingly important long-term risks and challenges
What Other Organizations Say About Jason Schenker
Jason Schenker knows the business world and knows what is important to them. His “Economic Outlook” session for our conference has become a staple of the event and much anticipated by the attendees. The information he provides is invaluable; he is astute, controversial, and accurate in his assessment and analysis of global situations and markets. Our attendees, who are treasury and finance professionals in the corporate world, find Jason and this session to be invaluable. His speaking scores are always some of the highest among the over 400 speakers at our conference. In our world, Jason Schenker is a rock star!Association for Financial Professionals
What Other Organizations Say About Jason Schenker
Jason was very good and received the second highest ratings, just behind the entertainment! We greatly appreciate your direction and help with making the convention a success!Nebraska Bankers Association
Works by Jason Schenker
Recession-Proof: How to Survive and Thrive in an Economic Downturn (opens in a new tab)
Commodity Prices 101 (opens in a new tab)