The Moneyball Economist Andrew Zatlin began his career as a trained economist, eventually focusing on consumer trends as a Research Fellow at the Kyoto University Economic Research Institute. Wanting more hands-on experience in the business world, he went to the Haas School of Berkeley for his MBA in 1992.
Andrew’s next stop was Silicon Valley at the onset of the digital revolution. The timing couldn’t have been better. As a 20-year veteran of the semiconductor and networking world, Andrew has participated in the emergence of the new global economy, one based on the unique characteristics of the digital world and a changing global supply chain.
The first-hand experience with the 21st century economy and what makes it so different has enabled Andrew to outperform Wall Street experts.His macroeconomic forecasts consistently rank at the top of Bloomberg polls. Even better, he has harnessed the deep understanding of the way modern companies operate to find the key data points that predict which companies are likely to beat or miss their earnings.