Joe Zidle on Trade, Capex, and his Bullish Views on Growth
On this episode of the Blackstone podcast, Joe Lohrer, National Sales Manager for Private Wealth Solutions, sat down with investment strategist Joe Zidle to discuss broad trends in the market and the variety of political and economic factors that are shaping his outlook for future growth. Joe Zidle is a frequent guest on CNBC and a contributor to a number of financial media outlets, and regularly shares his unique perspective with Blackstone’s audiences through his market commentary series.
The discussion spanned a range of topics, from Joe’s take on inflation concerns to the looming threat of a trade war. Joe also shared his optimistic views on future growth despite the major political and financial concerns facing investors today.
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