Mark Zinder

Mark Zinder

Mr. Mark Zinder - Motivational Speaker

SpeakerMatch

Rapid-fire, fun-filled, inspiring presentations

Mark Zinder synthesizes ideas and energizes audiences with his trademark rapid-fire, fun-filled presentations.

Fee Range: $7,500 - $10,000
Travels from Nashville, TN (US)

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https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/MarkZinder

Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Mark Zinder
Mr. Mark Zinder - Motivational Speaker

Mark Zinder & Associates

Rapid-fire, fun-filled, inspiring presentations

Mark Zinder synthesizes ideas and energizes audiences with his trademark rapid-fire, fun-filled presentations.

Fee Range: $7,500 - $10,000
Travels from Nashville, TN

Mark Zinder - Motivational Speaker

Mark Zinder

Mark Zinder & Associates

Rapid-fire, fun-filled, inspiring presentations

Mark Zinder synthesizes ideas and energizes audiences with his trademark rapid-fire, fun-filled presentations.

Fee Range: $7,500 - $10,000
Travels from: Nashville, TN

For more information about booking Mark Zinder,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/MarkZinder/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Is It Different This Time?
Looking Backwards to See Forwards

In the mid 1990's, Sir John Templeton told me that the investor who says, "This time is different, when in fact it's virtually a repeat of an earlier situation, has uttered the four most costly words in the annals of investing." That was over 20 years ago, and even though many of Mr. Templeton's sentiments on investing remain true today, is this one of them? In this presentation I will discuss current events that are playing out like they did in the past, but I will also explore events that are not rooted in any historical context that might have you asking, "Is it different this time?" In this presentation you will learn: -How the trade war and tariffs of the 1920's ended in economic calamity and why this one will not -How the events that are occurring in in China today are similar to Japan in the 1980's -What the "new tools" the Federal Reserve has implemented and what that means going forward -Why the recovery from the Great Recession was so weak but why it will continue