August 27, 2015

Fox Business Host, Stuart Varney, Heads Annual Meeting’s PAC Lunch

Despite world markets largely rebounding yesterday and today from record selloffs this week, both the U.S. and global economies sit precariously on the precipice while the investors wait to see how things shake out with China and Europe. Many see the global economy heading for troubled waters; however, there are optimists out there.

One of those optimists is Fox Business commentator Stuart Varney. Varney hosts the “Varney & Co.” show that airs every weekday from 9 a.m. to noon (EDT) on the Fox Business Network and will be the featured speaker at the Political Action Committee (PAC) Lunch during the 90th Annual Meeting this November in San Diego.

With nearly 40 years of economic journalistic experience behind him, Varney expects to see a dramatic jump in the America economy over the next several years.  “I think we are about to see 4-5 percent growth on an annual basis,” he told WG&S magazine in mid-August.  “We are going to see a change in policy as the Obama (economic) model is cast aside and a more Reaganite philosophy is adopted with smaller government and lower tax rates.”

The British-born commentator and London School of Economics graduate predicates his belief on Republicans winning the White House in the November 2016 election.  He is confident that will happen and believes the stock market will rally in 2016 in anticipation of that election result.

The September issue of the WG&S magazine takes a more detailed look at Varney. But if you truly want to hear what he has to say about the economy and how the presidential election will affect the U.S. and the rest of the world, you should plan on attending the PAC Lunch on November 9. As an attendee you will hear from him directly and have the opportunity to pose your own question.

CLICK HERE to register for the Annual Meeting and to sign up for the PAC Lunch (NOT INCLUDED in your Annual Meeting registration)

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For more questions on the PAC LUNCH or on the Annual Meeting contact Randy Hause at (949) 885-2265.