What Can You Do If the US Dollar Loses Its Reserve Status_

We are living in unique times. Our government is entering uncharted territory as it relates to deficit spending in an effort to allow the United States to continue to live beyond its means. Zombie companies are being allowed to exist when they should have other wise been allowed to fold. Stock market and real estate bubbles are fueling a complacent sense of security when the fundamentals of the economy are showing clears signs of major distress.

Is this the new norm? Is this the result of modern monetary theory currently being practiced throughout the world?

Listen to a panel of financial experts which include professors from Denver University and real estate experts with decades of market cycle experience to help explain what steps you can take to prepare for the future.

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About Our Panelists

Glenn R. Mueller, Ph.D. 

Dr. Mueller has 44 years of real estate industry experience, including 37 years of research.  Mueller is internationally known for his market cycle research on income producing real estate, his real estate securities analysis (REITs) research and his public and private market investment strategies and capital markets analysis.

He is a Professor at University of Denver’s, F.L Burns School of Real Estate & Construction Management, teaching and doing research in real estate market cycles, development, feasibility, investments and real estate capital markets (Institutions, REITs & CMBS).  DU’s program started in 1938 and offers undergraduate (BS) and graduate (MS & MBA) degrees in business RE&CM, as well as executive programs.  He has published 100+ research articles and 110+ quarterly issues of his Real Estate Market Cycle Reports.  He is also the Real Estate Investment Strategist at Black Creek Group where he provides Real Estate Market Cycle Research and Investment Strategy for Black Creek’s Institutional Real Estate Investment Groups, Non-Traded and Public REIT groups.

He holds a B.S.B.A. from the University of Denver, MBA from Babson College, and Ph.D. in Real Estate from Georgia State University. Former research positions at Legg Mason Inc., PriceWaterhouseCoopers, ABKB/ Jones Lange LaSalle Real Estate Investors, and Prudential Real Estate Investors.

  • Visiting Professor – Harvard University – 2002 to present & summer executive education semesters.
  • Advisory Board Member – Arden Real Estate Group – Institutional Opportunistic Real Estate Fund, 2014 to present
  • Chairman – Board of Directors – European Investors Inc. – Global, International & US REIT Funds, 2014 to 2017

Steven Laposa, PhD

STEVE LAPOSASteven Laposa, PhD is a Principal with Laposa Realty Advisors, LLC in Denver, Colorado, a Senior Advisor to Ankura Real Estate Advisory, and a Fund Advisor to ST&T Capital Management. Dr. Laposa has extensive real estate and project management experience on a global scale including national and international institutional investment acquisition and disposition strategies, market analytics and forecasting, litigation expert, real estate fund advisor, construction manager, real estate economics, equity and debt portfolio risk analysis, site location analysis, and industry recognized thought leader.

Andrew Mueller, PhD

Andrew MuellerDr. Andrew Mueller is a professor at the Franklin L. Burns School of Real Estate and Construction Management. Prior to joining the University of Denver, Dr. Mueller was a consultant for several large international consulting firms, a private consultant to real estate developers in Colorado and the Northeast, and an instructor at Colorado State University and Regis University. Dr. Mueller holds a Ph.D. and M.A. in Economics from Colorado State University, a M.S. in Real Estate and Construction Management from University of Denver, and a B.B.A. in Finance and Environmental Studies from Emory University. Dr. Mueller has taught as an instructor and teaching assistant in the Economics department at Colorado State University, and as an adjunct faculty at Regis and University of Denver. Dr. Mueller has taught Real Estate Capital Markets at Daniels as an adjunct, and is currently teaching Business of the Built Environment. Most recently, Dr. Mueller won the 2016 Manuscript Prize from the American Real Estate Society for Best Office  Buildings/Office Parks paper.  In his free time, Dr. Mueller enjoys skiing, mountain biking, home brewing, and picking bluegrass with his friends.

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