William B. Burkenroad Jr. Professor of Practice in Equity Research, A. B. Freeman School of Business
What's next for the economy? Peter Ricchiuti can adeptly translate what's driving Wall Street for Main Street readers. Ricchiuti is director of research for BURKENROAD REPORTS, a securities research program in which 200 students meet top management, visit company sites, publish and distribute investment research reports on 40 small-cap companies in six Southern states. He has been featured in Baron’s, CNN, New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. Ricchiuti teaches finance at Tulane University's Freeman School of Business and his insight and humor have twice made him the school's top professor. He is the author of “Stocks Under Rocks” and hosts a weekly business radio show called “Out to Lunch.” Ricchiuti can talk about the rise of entrepreneurship in New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina.
Areas of Expertise: Wall Street, financial markets, stocks, U.S. economy, unemployment, the dollar, personal finance, securities trading, entrepreneurship, small business, Louisiana economy, energy, the rise of New Orleans entrepreneurship post-Katrina
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The A. B. Freeman Business School program wins top honors for best teaching delivery in the Wharton-QS Stars Awards, an international competition recognizing innovative approaches in higher education that enhance learning and student employability.
Peter Ricchiuti's message about the economy: it’s not as bad as you think.
During the Homecoming Speaker Series, the Freeman School of Business professor takes visitors on a whirlwind and lighthearted tour of the economy and stock market.
The driving force behind Burkenroad Reports at the A. B. Freeman School of Business, Ricchiuti finds great joy in financial markets and the game of baseball.
Is it time to get out of the stock market? Listen to A. B. Freeman School of Business faculty member Peter Ricchiuti break down the tough market in this podcast.
Tulane faculty members talk in this video about the culture of the Tulane academic experience post-Katrina, touching on areas of disaster recovery, architecture, health care, music, public education and more.