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Marion Wright

Marion Wright

Contributor since: 10 Mar 2015

Biography

Marion Wright is a 20 year veteran of Fortune 200 banking, transportation and credit card companies. Specializing in IT, operations and strategy consulting, he is expert in 'pattern matching' - collecting and analyzing disparate data points, tying them into a cohesive framework, and packaging the story they tell. He trained early in economics, and then in business at one of the nation's top graduate schools. He developed a deep passion for the truth, wherever it leads. And he began a decade's long journey of rational, rigorous assessment - free from politics - of economic and monetary policies.

  • It's (Still) Precious Metals Time

    Published 10 March 2015 | viewed 0 times

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