Saturday, August 15, 2015

Tom Landstreet on Living Your Best Life Radio with Genma Holmes

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Genma Holmes and Tom Landstreet at The Rotary Club of Nashville

Tune in Saturday, August 15, 2015 to hear  Tom Landstreet help us connect the dots between government economic policies and stock prices. Mr. Landstreet will break down Wall Street jargon to Main Street, USA listeners while giving us his opinion on the breaking economic news.

Mr. Landstreet has researched and written about rising energy prices are the result of bad government policy, why food prices are soaring, and the how the Ethanol Mandate affected consumers.  
Mr. Landstreet is well known for his being a top stock picker, we are hoping he shares what he predicts will be the best stock for 2016.

This show promises to keep you entertained while empowering, inspiring and motivating you to live your BEST lifeTune in to  760AM in the Middle Tennessee Region, on Tune In, streaming live online at UStream.TV, and on military bases on Saturdays from 9:00-10:00am CST.
 
 More About Tom Landstreet


Tom Landstreet shares his wit and wisdom as a top contributor to Forbes.com and as a speaker at investment and corporate conferences and other events. He runs an economic research business where he serves some of the world's top hedge funds and mutual funds. In his research, he analyzes government policies for investment ideas. (After all, government is the 800lb gorilla in the economy defining incentives positive and negative). It is the unintended consequences of ambitious government policies that have led to the great booms and busts in history. 

He is co-founder of Tell-Tale Capital Management as well, a registered investment advisor. Tell-Tale manages money for individuals and endowments.

Tom is a native Nashvillian though his career took him to New York, San Francisco and Atlanta for 20 years. He moved back to his hometown 12 years ago and loves Nashville! 

Prior to getting a real job, Tom was a musician, comedian and advertising copywriter. Of course being a comedian was perfect training for a career on Wall Street!

Tom owes much to his mentor, Arthur Laffer, father of the "Laffer Curve," a tax refugee from California, who  hired Tom as an Executive VP of his research business. Arthur taught Tom about what they call "supply side" economics.

Tom has been married for nearly 26 years to his college sweetheart and is the father of 3 well-behaved children. He serves on the board of the Sexual Assault Center as well.

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