Jason Schenker is the Chairman of The Futurist Institute and the President of Prestige Economics. Bloomberg News has ranked Jason the #1 forecaster in the world in 24 different categories, which is why executives, corporate boards, industry groups, and central banks rely on his financial market research. Jason has also written seven books, including three about disruptive emerging technologies.Learn More About Jason Schenker →
Are you afraid robots will take all the jobs - including yours? Robot-Proof Yourself offers practical tips and recommendations to prepare for the automation age, so you can benefit when robots and automation are more frequently deployed in the workforce. This book will help you prepare for the risks - and reap the rewards of the automation age!
The Robot and Automation Almanac is a collection of essays from leading robot and automation experts, executives, and investors. Each of the essays focuses on the "one big thing" that each author sees in the year ahead: an opportunity, a risk, a challenge, investment themes, an overlooked trend, a perception shift, a step change, or a trend change.
In Jobs for Robots, Jason Schenker addresses the most critical topics for the future of work, including automation, robotics, FinTech, e-commerce, and online education. Schenker offers a critical examination of the downside risks and upside opportunities for the future of work presented by robotics and automation. He also discusses the greatest challenges required to ensure that society benefits, as we are propelled from the information age into the automation age.
In Electing Recession, Jason Schenker presents a compelling analysis of the impact U.S. presidential elections have on the economy and financial markets, including equities, currencies, and commodities. This book has been ranked an official #1 Best Seller on Amazon. Electing Recession was published in August 2016 by Prestige Professional Publishing.
In Recession-Proof, top-ranked economist Jason Schenker presents a series of proactive strategies to help you survive and thrive in the next downturn. He reveals strategies usually reserved for CEOs, central bankers, and ultra high net worth individuals. This book has been ranked an official #1 Best Seller on Amazon. Recession-Proof was published in February 2016 by Lioncrest Publishing.
Commodity Prices 101 was written by Jason Schenker to help investors, analysts, and executives gain critical commodity market knowledge to meet the challenges posed by volatile commodity markets and prices. This book has been ranked an official #1 Best Seller on Amazon. Commodity Prices 101 was published in October 2012 by Prestige Professional Publishing. The Second Edition of Commodity Prices 101 will be published in 2017.
In this episode of The Financial Futurist, Jason Schenker provides an update on the latest economic data releases and their impacts on the economy. Then, he discusses how the new tax reform bill could affect you and your business.
In this episode of The Financial Futurist, Jason Schenker provides an update on the latest U.S. Jobs data and how that might affect the Fed. Then, he discusses the Dollar and its possible impacts on the U.S. economy.
Once the Republican tax cuts are signed into law, there is likely to be more upside for equities and further downside risk for the precious metal.
While the dollar could strengthen on expectations of more U.S. economic growth and tighter monetary policy, the euro zone is approaching escape velocity.
In the wake of the recent tax bill that has been passed, it is important to consider your own personal tax implications.
As the Fed prepares to meet today, the job market is in good shape. And inflation has risen, but remains relatively low.
Futurists could debate all day long about the number of jobs robots and automation will create, versus the number of jobs they will destroy.
Top-Ranked Economist and Financial Futurist, Jason Schenker, speaks in an interview as part of the Oil Market insight Report with Eithne Treanor in Vienna, Austria - November 2017
Global growth and oil demand have strengthened. Meanwhile, oil inventories have fallen toward the five-year average. What does this mean for OPEC and oil prices?