Michael Pento spent the early years of his career on the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Two decades later, he has become one of the most controversial analysts critiquing federal monetary policies and other macroeconomic issues. He is a highly sought-after specialist in the Austrian School of economics.
Pento is a financial columnist for Forbes and a blogger for the Huffington Post. His market analysis and commentary can be found regularly in the Wall Street Journal, as well as on Yahoo! Finance, CNBC, FOX Business News, Bloomberg, and other national media outlets. Prior to joining Agora Financial, he was a member of an investment advisory firm where he developed ETF and UIT products. Pento graduated from Rowan University in 1991.
No One Immune to Global Recession, Kudlow Report Calls on Michael Pento • December 15, 2011
A decrease in jobless claims has many analysts saying the US economic situation is improving. Michael Pento tells The Kudlow Report that we shouldn’t be too optimistic just yet.
Damn the Fed, Inflation is Already Here, Pento Tells Daily Ticker • November 3, 2011
While America and the Fed have been desperately seeking deflation, nothing seems to be working. Aaron Task of Yahoo! Finance brings in Michael Pento to tell investors what to do now.
As the US Treasury may soon issue floating-rate debt as an incentive for new investors, Michael Pento reminds that the nation’s debt struggle is far from over.
What a Travesty, What a Crime: Pento on Bloomberg TV • October 21, 2011
Analyst Michael Pento visits Surveillance Midday’s Pimm Fox to unravel the international debt crises and where the money supply is really going.
Let Fat-Cat Bankers Fail: Pento Discusses Occupy Wall Street on RT • October 19, 2011
Reduce regulations, increase corporate taxes, and let these fat-cat bankers fail. Michael Pento joins RT’s Lauren Lyster to posit solutions for the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Agora Financial’s new senior economic analyst Michael Pento guest-host’s an hour of Fox Business News to tackle concerns related to recent market volatility and the national debt.