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 Dan Fuss Would Re-Engineer A 60/40 Portfolio

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The Loomis Sayles vice chairman thinks many stocks are still more attractive than bonds.

How Soaring Commodity Prices Could Derail Stocks

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Invenomic’s Ali Motamed sees markets at a 40-year inflection point.

Rosenberg, Gundlach, Others Share Best 2021 Investment Ideas

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Contrarian David Rosenberg still likes both growth and dividend-paying stocks.

Rich Bernstein Thinks U.S. Investors Could Get Blindsided This Decade

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The clairvoyant strategist sees a very different decade playing out in the 2020s.

Gundlach Sees Weak Dollar, Fading FAANGs, Higher Inflation

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The economy is “living off” of government transfer payments, he said.

Vanguard Sees Stronger 2021 Economy, Not Much For Stocks

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Unemployment could fall to around 5% by the end of 2021.

What Could Cause A Roaring Twenties Rebound?

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Would inflation and commodities surge back even with normal growth?

Gundlach Details His Biggest Investment Mistakes Over 35 Years

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There are "about 2,000" mistakes investors can make. He only made most of them twice.

Yellen Seen As Possible Powell Fed Successor, PGIM's Sheets Says

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Lael Brainard is the likely candidate to become Treasury secretary in a Biden administration, he added.

Gundlach, Rosenberg Discuss Double-Dip Recession Odds, Vaccine ‘Pipe Dream’

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Rosenberg says tax hikes aren’t coming for three years but another recession could send stocks down 20%.

Grantham Calls For New American Marshall Plan To Combat Inequality, Climate Change

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It's time for a massive infrastructure program to inject life into the economy, investor Jeremy Grantham argues.

Gundlach Sees U.S. Plausibly Splitting Into 'More Than One Nation

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If there is no stimulus, an eviction and mortgage crisis could materialize.

Why Markets May Dislike Divided Government For Once

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Markets will be happy with election results that point to the passage of a stimulus bill.

JP Morgan CIO Sees 60% Odds Of Stronger-Than-Expected Recovery

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There is some good news lurking behind the lofty stock and bond prices, not to mention the razor-thin yields.

After Lost Decade, Can Foreign Stocks Suddenly Shine?

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Beyond the price issue, foreign companies are poised to do well in various industries.

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