As the White House, Congress and a frustrated electorate look toward the 2012 elections, continuing uncertainty in the wake of “the great recession” makes it clear that the economy will continue to be issue number one. What effect will new regulation like Dodd-Frank have on how business operates? Will the renewal of tax cuts and the increased liquidity from QE2 help jump-start growth? What does the current state of fiscal and monetary policy say about our long-term prospects for a full recovery? And just how will policymakers decide to spend money heading into the 2012 election cycle? A veteran financial industry analyst, Ron Insana provides clear and coherent analysis that bridges the gap between Capitol Hill and the Federal Reserve, explaining how their actions spill onto both Wall Street and Main Street. In this forward-looking presentation that shows how today’s political and economic headlines will affect your future, Insana shares trusted insights on where we are, where we are going and how the intersection between politics, policy and the economy will get us there.