Rate Cuts’ Effectiveness in Combating Coronavirus Challenges Is Limited
Scott Minerd, Chairman of Investments and Global CIO, explains on Bloomberg TV why stocks face more downside risk and why the yield on the 10-year note will go lower. Read Global CIO Outlook: “Peace for Our Time”
1st Fed Emergency Cut Since Financial Crisis
The Federal Reserve is reacting to Coronavirus concerns and cutting rates by half a percentage point. Coming off of the heels of the worst week for stocks since the financial crisis, this move also marks the first emergency rate cut since the financial crisis. We bring you all the details from the impromptu press conference with Fed Chair Jay Powell.
"Lower for Longer" Rate Environment Pressures Investors
As safe yields come down, investors feel more pressure to go into lower-quality credit or riskier asset classes in order to generate income. But it’s the risk-adjusted return that matters.
The ETF Show - Riding the Rally
Gold prices and the technology sector are seeing a steady climb as the bull market extends its record run. William Rhind, Founder & CEO of GraniteShares provides insight into the outlook for gold ETFs and the precious metal. Scott Acheychek, President of REX Shares, considers technology exposure amid volatility in the sector.
The ETF Show - Innovative Strategies
The search for portfolio hedges that mitigate volatility require risk management and may benefit from innovative strategies. Nancy Davis, Managing Partner & Chief Investment Officer at Quadratic Capital Management LLC, examines the interest rate environment OTC and the fixed income options market. Susan Avarde, Co-Founder at Brandometry takes a look at strong brands whose latent value has yet to be realized in their stock price.
The ETF Show - Sector Opportunities
Jay Hatfield, CEO and Portfolio Manager at Infrastructure Capital Advisors, focuses on preferreds and offers his insights into the outlook for energy. David Mazza, Managing Director, Head of Product at Direxion, examines sector opportunities and considers value vs. growth.
The Consequences of the Fed’s Bill Buying Program
From Davos, Scott Minerd, Chairman of Investments and Global CIO, stops by Bloomberg to discuss monetary policy, asset prices, and markets. Read Global CIO Outlook: Global Central Banks Fueling a Ponzi Market
2020 Monetary Policy Outlook
There’s a high likelihood that the Fed continues easing in 2020, given risks to growth.
What the Fed's Policy Pause Means for Markets
Scott Minerd, Chairman of Investments and Global CIO, explains on CNN International why the Federal Reserve may have succeeded in its efforts to prolong the economic expansion.
FOMC Cuts Fed Funds Rate Another Quarter Point
Scott Minerd, Chairman of Investments and Global CIO, visits Bloomberg TV to discuss his outlook following the Fed’s third rate cut of 2019.
Shilling: Consumers Aside - US Economy in Recession
Gary Shilling, economist and President of A. Gary Shilling & Co., examines the economic and investment landscape as we head into year-end. Ahead of an election year in the U.S. the headwinds and tailwinds are scrutinized with a look at the American consumer and a quick glance at century bonds.
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