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Christopher P. Casey

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Works Published inMises Daily Article

Combining a degree in economics from the University of Illinois with a specialty in the Austrian school of economics, Chris advises clients on their investment portfolios in today’s world of significant economic and financial intervention.

Chris has served as a trusted advisor to a diverse range of business owners, advising them on financial issues impacting their companies and their personal wealth. Throughout his career as a Director with the national financial services firm Stout Risius Ross, Chris advised business owners from a variety of industries on the risk and return profile of their equity interests. In addition, Chris advised high net worth individuals and families related to their financial, tax and estate planning. At his previous firm, Chris was also in charge of marketing Private Client Services on a nationwide basis.

Chris has been a frequent speaker before a number of organizations and conferences, including USA Watchdog, GoldMoney, Freedom Fest, and various bar associations and radio shows, including weekly financial and economic commentary on The Edge of Liberty (WNJC 1360, Philadelphia). His writings have appeared in a variety of publications and websites including The Ludwig von Mises Institute, Zero Hedge, Family Business, Casey Research, and Laissez Faire Books. He is a board member of the Economics Development Council with the University of Illinois, a Policy Advisor for The Heartland Institute’s Center on Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate, and a Chartered Financial Analyst charterholder (CFA®). Chris enjoys cycling, cooking, reading, writing, and spending time with his children. Chris resides in Elmhurst, Illinois.

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Don't Forget About the Trade War

Global EconomyProtectionism and Free Trade

Blog02/27/2020

Trump clearly views trade in a zero-sum, mercantilist manner, with the country possessing a deficit “losing” and “down.” But continuing the trade war only makes recession more likely for both sides. Luckily China is stalling on committing to a trade agreement.

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The Economy: Winter Is Coming

Booms and BustsFinancial Markets

Blog08/29/2018

From the yield curve to money supply growth, there are good reasons to believe we are in the autumn of the current expansion.

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Litigation and Regulation

Blog05/19/2017
True regulatory reform requires the recognition, extension, and proper adjudication of property rights.
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Donald Trump's Whig Is Showing

Global EconomyTaxes and SpendingPolitical Theory

Blog03/21/2017
Donald Trump has revived the old philosophy of the American Whigs — a political faction in favor of trade barriers and lots of government spending.
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Panel: Survive and Thrive Financially

Financial MarketsMoney and BanksStrategy

03/02/2017Audio/Video
How can liberty-minded Americans move toward more freedom in our lifetime? Watch this panel discussion from our recent event in San Diego.
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