George is the most knowledgeable man in America when it comes to the future of technology and its impact on our lives.
He accurately tipped off President Ronald Reagan to the rise of the microchip, saying that it would change the world. Gilder then went on to become Reagan’s most quoted living author. And he received the White House Award for Entrepreneurial Excellence in 1986 from Reagan himself.
Gilder also predicted the iPhone 13 years before its release… and forecast the death of cable TV ― and the rise of Netflix ― more than a decade before it existed.
Rush Limbaugh called Gilder “a true American genius.” And Forbes calls him a technology “prophet.”
He’s an established investor, writer, and economist with an uncanny ability to foresee how new breakthroughs will play out, years in advance.
In fact, during America’s last big tech boom of the late-1990s, Gilder was widely considered the best stock picker in the world.
George pioneered the formulation of supply-side economics when he served as Chairman of the Lehrman Institute’s Economic Roundtable, as Program Director for the Manhattan Institute, and as a frequent contributor to A.B. Laffer’s economic reports and the editorial page of the Wall Street Journal.
Throughout his career, he’s been profiled in People, Wired, Forbes, Fox News, the Wall Street Journal, Playboy, The Economist, Harvard Business Review, the American Spectator, and more.
He’s also been a speech writer for Nelson Rockefeller, George. W. Romney and Richard Nixon.
Perhaps he’s most famous for his book Wealth and Poverty, which advanced a case for supply-side economics and capitalism during the Reagan administration. That’s just one of around 20 books he’s written. Recently his book Life After Google was not only a bestseller, but was a Financial Times
book of the month.
Now Gilder is leading his research team to publish several products with Eagle Financial Publications.
As our resident technology futurist, George is bringing his technology predictions to an entirely new group of readers and investors.