“We have to wait for Germany to make its move,” George Friedman declared at the 2017 CFA Institute European Investment Conference.
“It’s not the first time in history,” he said. “It won’t be the last.”
Friedman, the chair of Geopolitical Futures, has a history of being right when many others are wrong and being predictive when many are reactive. He has spent his career navigating the convergence of geography with history, politics, economics, and societal imperatives. And in his presentation to financial professionals in Berlin, he explained that “there is one last piece” of the global financial crisis that must play out “before we can move on.” Read More