This week Danielle DiMartino Booth was named one of the TOP Ten “must know writers” on the economy and finance in the 3rd Annual LinkedIn Top Voices list.
is DiMartino Booth’s second consecutive year making the prestigious list of “top voices” to follow in economic trends and predictions on how Wall Street will impact Main Street. Each day more than a million posts, videos and articles are pushed through LinkedIn’s network enlightening users to the economic situation in America. This year, DiMartino Booth was acknowledged for her extraordinary levels of engagement – likes, comments and article shares, as well as the growth of her followers on the platform. Her play-by-play commentary on the markets and detailed breakdown of economic movements has helped everyone from investors to students determine what they should watch in the days and months ahead. "I can name no other medium that’s been as critical to my success as LinkedIn. The relationships with both the editors and fellow members have not only benefitted my company’s development, they’ve deepened my own knowledge base and made me better at what I do. The interaction with LinkedIn gives a whole new meaning to ‘mutually beneficial relationship.’ I look forward to continuing to grow alongside my LinkedIn family."
Fed Up: An Insider’s Take on Why the Federal Reserve is Bad for America.
In Fed Up, DiMartino Booth explains what really happened to our economy after the fateful date of December 8, 2008, when the Federal Open Market Committee approved a grand and unprecedented experiment: lowering interest rates to zero and flooding America with easy money.
"There is a planned economy emerging before our eyes" from my time at the third edition of https://t.co/4eimGQluhr, a debate series organized by the N-VA on the free money policy of the European Central Bank. https://t.co/XYuomVGRXN https://t.co/avxgjw76dB
"There is a planned economy emerging before our eyes" from my time at the third edition of https://t.co/4eimGQluhr, a debate series organized by the N-VA on the free money policy of the European Central Bank. https://t.co/XYuomVGRXN pic.twitter.com/avxgjw76dB— Danielle DiMartino (@DiMartinoBooth) May 19, 2018