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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How The Fed Is Sucker-Punching The Bond Vigilantes

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Erik Weisman of MFS thinks the Fed has snookered the bond market about "transitory" inflation.

Goldman Ramping Up RIA Custodian Unit To Challenge Schwab, Others

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The move could ease advisor concerns regarding consolidation in the custodian space.

Gundlach Sees Inflation Approaching 5%, Deficits Hurting Dollar

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U.S. inflation is rising and "no one knows if it's transitory," the DoubleLine CEO said.

Warren Buffett's Favorite Writer Shreds The Value-Growth Quandary

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The divide between value and growth investing isn't as clear-cut as it seems, says Oaktree's Howard Marks.

Ed Yardeni Sees S&P 500 Reaching 4,800 In 2022

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The economist does not see a return to 1970s-style inflation.

Liz Ann Sonders Explains What Could Derail This Bull Market

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Today's market possesses some similarities to the euphoria of the 1990s, she said.

David Rosenberg Sees Reopening Trade Over By Year's End

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The economist sees a return to secular stagnation favoring growth stocks and Treasurys in the long term.

Is ESG Intrinsically Inflationary?

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Some managers argue that changing corporate behavior comes with a cost.

Rich Bernstein Warns On Tech Stocks, Inflation

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Despite assurances from the Fed, Bernstein thinks inflation will surprise the markets on the upside.

Vanguard Sees Value Trouncing Growth By 5%-7% Annually For Next Decade

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Over the next five years, the divergence could be as much as 9% to 13%.

Grantham Sees A Trifecta Of Bubbles

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The bond bubble has already burst. If equities and housing follow, $20 trillion in wealth could evaporate.

Explosive Economic Boom Could Sink Biden's Infrastructure Plans

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Despite artificial drivers, this boom is real.

Would A Giant Capital Gains Tax Hike Blindside Markets?

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President Biden has said he would raise the capital gains tax from its current 23% rate for high-earners to 39.6%.

Why Biden Sugar High Could Take S&P 500 To 4,500 In 2021

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Federated’s Phil Orlando sees a dramatic economic rebound.

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