Andy Busch is an expert political economist focused on future growth.
He was an outside economic advisor to the Bush (43) White House and to the McCain Campaign. Andy has met and advised US Treasury Secretaries including Hank Paulson and Tim Geithner. Andy continues to meet and advise the top staffs in Congress. From appearances on The Larry Kudlow Show to Mornings with Maria Bartiromo, Andy’s objective research helps audiences and clients understand the political economy and how it impacts future growth.
As a realistic optimist, Andy sees potential good economic solutions coming out of bad political problems. By using a combination of humor, anecdotes and stories, he helps audiences understand the political economy and what changes will mean for businesses, jobs and lifestyles. As a journalist, an author and researcher, Andy does a deep dive on research to bring you an objective view into this world. Andy has spoken and advised the US Treasury, top Congressional committee staffs, and Fortune 500 companies. From healthcare to energy to technology, Andy has the unique ability to see broader trends and bring them into your world.
While appearing on CNBC, Andy held the role of Global Currency and Public Policy Strategist for Bank of Montreal, one of Canada’s leading investment banks. He’s been an author (World Event Trading), a financial journalist (Stocks, Futures, and Options Magazine) and a newspaper market analyst (Globe and Mail). As a financial expert, he testified on Capitol Hill on the effectiveness of the 2009 Obama Administration fiscal stimulus plan.
As seen on CNBC, FOXBusiness, and BNN, Andy is a trusted political economic expert for millions of viewers and his views are highly sought after both in the press and by politicians. As a journalist, author and researcher, Andy Busch draws on 30 years of experience to give your audience the tools they need to understand the political economy.
Check out his podcast, “Engage with Andy Busch,” on iTunes. It brings top minds together for lively discussions on economics, politics and culture including Congressman Peter Roskam, CFTC Commissioner Christopher Giancarlo, and JPM’s chief economist Jim Glassman.