Evan Simonoff

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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U.S. Recession Could Be Just A Month Away, Gundlach Says

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Reliable economic indicators are showing a downturn could happen from one to six months from now, the DoubleLine CEO said.

Why Dan Fuss Sees U.S.-China Showdown Driving A Decade Of Inflation

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A clash need not be a "shooting war" to destabilize the global economy, he said.

The Problem With Experts

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The problems faced by so-called experts in financial markets and politics didn't begin in 2022.

Prospering Profession Faces Talent Shortage

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Advisors at Schwab Impact realized they are living in a new world.

Gundlach Says Housing Is 'Doomed,' Millions In Layoffs Likely

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The DoubleLine CEO expects the fed funds rate to top out in May at about 4.5%.

A Different World

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Perhaps the best times to win new clients are during periods of economic and market turbulence.

Jeremy Grantham Sees Trifecta Of 'Super Bubbles' Bursting

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Bubbles in stocks, bonds and housing are a grave threat to the global economy, the legendary investor says.

The Battle For Talent

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This summer, I had the opportunity to spend time with three young advisors under the age of 40.

Rich Bernstein Derides Tech, Calls Energy Best Sector For Next 5 Years

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The strategist sees a profits recession and believes the growth stock rally is a “head fake.”

Liz Ann Sonders Says Look For A Full Market 'Washout'

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U.S. equities have yet to enter a classic capitulation phase.

The Fed Is Trying To Tank Equities, Jim Bianco Says

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Letting the air out of stocks may be the “fastest way” to control inflation, the researcher said.

Rosenberg Sees Stocks Leading Housing Into Nasty Second-Half Recession

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Equities would get interesting if the S&P 500 hits 3,550, he said.

Can Rising Rates Make 60/40 Portfolios Great Again?

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Some advisors wonder if 60/40 portfolios can once again deliver the desirable benefits they did for decades.

Gundlach Sees Inflation Hitting 9% Or 10%, Raising Recession, Stagflation Risks

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Stocks may be near a bottom, but consumers “ain't seen nothing yet” at the gas pump.

Edelman Sees Great Resignation As An Unsustainable 'Premature Sabbatical'

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Many early retirees will be forced to return to work to maintain their lifestyles, he said.

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