Evan Simonoff is editor-in-chief and editorial director of Financial Advisor magazine, as well as editorial director of Private Wealth magazine. He has spent more than 15 years as an editor and reporter covering the financial services industry. Evan is a widely recognized expert on personal finance and investments. 

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Grantham Mayo: Japan To Recover, Global Equities Overvalued

The meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has prompted many financial commentators and others to plant their feet firmly in their mouths.

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Are China's Dictators Next To Go?

In case you hadn't noticed, 2011 is less than two months old and it's already turning out to be a very tough year for the planet's dictators...

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Siegel Sees Some Bull Left In Bull Market

Even though equity prices have broken through their pre-Lehman levels, Wharton School of Finance professor Jeremy Siegel told TD Ameritrade Institutional's annual conference in San Diego he still...

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Gundlach: Muni Market Is In Denial

Is the municipal bond market in the same state of denial as the equity and mortgage-backed securities markets were in late 2007? Jeffrey Gundlach, the founder of Doubleline who put together a...

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Is Everyone's Enthusiasm Just A Little Too Bullish?

Larry Kudlow is downright delirious on CNBC. Byron Wien at Blackstone thinks the S&P 500 will hit 1,500 at some point this year...

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Anti-QE2 Hysteria Based On 'Unfathomable Misunderstanding'

Most of the world is under the mistaken belief that the Fed is "printing money and spraying it around the world," Anthony Crescenzi, senior vice president and market strategist at Pimco, said...

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LIABILITY MANAGEMENT TRUMPS STYLE BOXES, RISK TOLERANCE

The first problem that financial advisors need to address with clients approaching retirement isn't risk tolerance; it's finding investments that can match their liabilities, or living expenses.

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Memo To PIMCO: The Old Normal Wasn't Normal

What was so normal about the old normal? Buying a house with no financial documentation? A negative savings rate? Three billion credit-card solicitations in one year? That was what Mellody...

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Putnam's Reynolds Sees Federal Insurance Regulation

Bob Reynolds, chairman and CEO of Boston-based Putnam Investments, said that the wave of regulations coming out of Washington won't end in 2010...

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TD's Bradley On Small RIA Mergers And CNBC

It's still unclear what regulatory reform will look like, but Tom Bradley, CEO of TD Ameritrade's institutional unit, says small RIA firms may need to consider merging with other firms or...

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Ibbotson On The Amazing Illiquidity Premium

Few pieces I've ever written generated as much interest as Financial Advisor's Big Picture column in the September issue on Roger Ibbotson's research into the amazing premium the stock market...

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Arnott: Double-Dip Odds 50% Plus, Beware Reflation

Despite a series of economic reports pointing to a continuing anemic recovery, Research Affiliates founder Rob Arnott believes the odds of a double-dip recession remain above 50%.

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Sensible Capital Gains Tax Treatment

The way the U.S. government taxes capital gains makes little sense. That in itself is not surprising. But it is counter-productive when it comes to long-term capital formation.

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Ready For Reckoning

It is an unfortunate fact that we live in a world of imbalances. Three years ago, the global economy was dependent on American consumers shopping until they dropped, which they finally have...

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Corzine Sees GOP House Takeover In November

Unless something major happens in the next three months, the first Tuesday in November won't be "much fun for Democrats," according to former New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine. 

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