(You know, exactly what you don’t expect from an economic speaker.)
Peter Ricchiuti (Ri-Chooty)is the business professor you WISHED you had back in college!
His humor and insight have earned him numerous teaching awards at Tulane University where he created and runs the nationally acclaimed Burkenroad Reports (www.burkenroad.org) student stock research program.
Peter is a graduate of Babson College and began his career with the investment firm of Kidder Peabody in Boston. He later managed Louisiana’s $3 billion investment portfolio while serving as the assistant state treasurer.
From Jackson Hole to Jupiter, Peter has addressed more than 1100 groups in 47 states and several countries. He has been featured in BARRON’S, Kiplinger’s, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. He also hosts a popular weekly business show on National Public Radio in New Orleans called “Out To Lunch.”
Peter is a husband, dad and author who has attended baseball games at all 30 current major league ballparks.
Why do our clients rebook our Economist Speaker Peter Ricchiuti year after year? One client has had him 5 years in a row!!!
Probably because without a doubt, he is the most entertaining, engaging, charismatic, funny and insightful Economist alive.
This guy is “Human Tabasco!” Peter’s presentation is the hit of every meeting we have booked him for.
CONFERENCE ATTENDEE: “I loved it. He’s half Warren Buffett and half Robin Williams.”
“I’d like to personally thank you for your valuable contribution to our Symposium. Your comments and the exceedingly upbeat and humorous manner in which you delivered them did wonders to assuage the very real fear of some of the members that “Economic Armageddon” was just around the corner. Not often do I come across someone like you who can be remarkably entertaining while delivering a terribly important message about the economy. You clearly have an incredible ability to command the eager attention of an audience, which is no small accomplishment.”
“Peter is a pleasure to work with and smarter than a tree full of owls!” CONFERENCE SPEAKER:
“I need to change that old adage. You should never follow kids, animals or PETER RICCHIUTI.”