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Economics, Business, and Finance

Learn how to make smart investments like John Maynard Keynes on Nov. 21

Writer John Wasik will discuss how John Maynard Keynes became one of the greatest stock investors of all time, and how you can replicate his success. Wasik, the author of over a dozen books including “Keynes’s Way to Wealth: Timeless Investment Lessons from The Great Economist,” will also discuss the publishing industry and how books are published. Listen to his lecture on Thursday, November 21 at 4:00 p.m. in Meyer Auditorium. 

As the award-winning author of 13 books, Wasik has spoken to crowds from coast to coast on investing, retirement and protecting your money. As a personal finance columnist/blogger for Reuters, the world’s largest news service, he covers investing/investor protection, financial planning, taxes, insurance, retirement, college and life planning. His columns have been seen in newspapers on five continents and he regularly comments on top economic news in all media.

He’s also appeared on NBC, NPR, PBS, CNBC, MSNBC, CNN, CNNfn, Bloomberg TV and radio and on hundreds of TV and radio stations across the country. He earned his B.A. (psychology) and M.A. (communications) from the University of Illinois-Chicago and resides north of Chicago with his wife and two daughters.

As former special projects editor for Consumers Digest magazine, he has won 18 awards for his columns and investigative reporting, including the National Press Club award for Consumer Journalism. He has spoken at the New York Money Show, the National Home Center Show and the University of Chicago Business School. He is also a popular lecturer on investing at the University of Chicago’s Graham School.