Jeremy Siegel, PhD Russell E. Palmer Professor of Finance, The Wharton SchoolResearch Interests:Demographics, financial markets, long-run asset returns, macroeconomicsAbout Jeremy: Jeremy Siegel is a world-renowned expert on the economy and financial markets. The author of the award-winning investment classic Stocks for the Long Run, now in its third edition, he recently expanded that book's ideas in The Future for Investors: Why the Tried and the True Triumph Over the Bold and the New. A frequent guest on CNN, CNBC, NPR, and other networks, he is a regular columnist for Kiplinger's and Yahoo! Finance and the winner of dozens of awards for his research, writing, and teaching. Professor Siegel served for 15 years as head of economics training at JP Morgan and is currently the academic director of the U.S. Securities Industry Institute. Read full faculty bio on Wharton website Stocks for the Long Run: The Definitive Guide to Financial Market Returns & Long-Term Investment Strategies Check out Jeremy Siegel's best-selling book available on Amazon. Executive Education Programs Taught:Advanced Management ProgramTechnology, globalization, and constant change have made the job of leading a business more exciting, complex, and demanding. If you are leading, or are in line to lead your firm, Wharton’s flagship program empowers you to define and act on your purpose as a leader and strengthen your strategic prowess. Receive alumni status. Securities Industry Institute®Academic DirectorThe Securities Industry Institute® is recognized worldwide as the premier development program for securities industry professionals. The program focuses on helping participants broaden their perspectives, increase job effectiveness, and strengthen management skills. Wharton on the MarketsTremendous volatility in the financial markets has raised anxiety levels among both institutional and individual investors alike. Gain clarity and insight on how to view the investment horizon in the coming months. Wharton Finance faculty discusses topics from investing in stocks and bonds to alternative investments in real estate and private equity.