Upcoming Webinar! The 2024 Election in an Era of Change

Americans will soon head to the polls amid multiple geopolitical conflicts, rising polarization, and slower global economic growth. Join us for a live webinar on the topic with Daniel Clifton, head of policy research at Strategas Securities.

In this hour, Clifton will explore the upcoming 2024 election through the lens of six key policy items: tax, budget, trade, foreign policy, regulation, and immigration.

Topics covered will include:

  • what policymakers are doing to keep the U.S. economy out of a recession before the election;
  • a framework for understanding some of the contributing factors in the presidential race and other key congressional races; and
  • potential policy outcomes from different election scenarios.

Join us live on Tuesday, June 18, 2024, at 11:00 a.m. ET, or register to receive a recording of the event.

Click here to register.

About Daniel Clifton

Daniel Clifton leads Strategas’ Washington policy research team, evaluating the financial market implications of policy and political developments. His role includes analyzing tax, trade, infrastructure, healthcare, energy, defense, and other policy initiatives to determine how public policy changes impact the economy and financial markets.

Clifton is currently ranked as the top independent research analyst on Wall Street, across all research verticals. His research on the interaction between policy, elections, and financial markets is widely cited in the media, and he is a frequent guest on CNBC, Bloomberg, and Fox Business. 

Prior to joining Strategas, Clifton was executive director of the American Shareholders Association, a non-partisan, nonprofit organization that analyzes public policy affecting shareholders. He also worked on tax policy issues and has been involved in every major tax policy change throughout the past twenty years. Clifton also served as a senior staff member in two gubernatorial administrations, working on economic and fiscal policy issues. He has degrees in urban planning and public policy.


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