Marshall L. Stocker is an international investor recognized for his research on the relationships between political-economic policy and investment. With more than fifteen years of experience in the asset management industry, his perspective on policy has been sought by ministers, policy institutes, and investors in a wide-range of forums from decision-level policy discussions in Yemen to the syndicated Dennis Miller Radio show.Stocker has opined or been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times, Washington Post, Financial Times, and Regulation Magazine. His seminal research “Equity Returns and Economic Freedom” was published in the Cato Institute’s Cato Journal and has been cited by numerous other academic papers. In his most recent written work, “Don’t Stand Under a Tree When It Rains”, he shares his perspective on life and business during the three years he lived in Egypt amidst the Arab spring.
Stocker earned both a B.S. in engineering and a MBA from Cornell University, where he was awarded the Park Leadership Fellowship. He is also a graduate of Culver Military Academy. Mr. Stocker currently works as a global macro equity strategist and portfolio manager in Boston.
He spoke to the CEC on September 27, 2017 in his talked titled, “Economic Reform and Stock Market Performance”