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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Gundlach Says Trump Victory Virus Dependent, Junk Bond Defaults Could Double

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Strange imbalances are surfacing all over the markets and the economy, DoubleLine CEO Jeffrey Gundlach said.

Northern Trust CIO Sees U.S. Sliding Towards Euro-Socialist Model

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Major flaws in the profit-maximization aspect of the capitalist system are apparent, Robert Browne says.

Why Gold And Equities Are Soaring Simultaneously

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After three decades of anemic inflation, more investors see it returning.

Gundlach On Why The Pandemic Could Make Saving Great Again

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Some estimates peg the current U.S. savings rate at 19% or 20%.

China As Rx Superpower Among Capital Group's Megatrends For Decade

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The rise of cloud-based services is among the other trends the firm's analysts see this decade.

Rob Arnott Sees Lost Decade Leaving 60-40 Portfolios With Minuscule Returns

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He sees a traditional portfolio delivering between zero and 1%.

Grantham, Stunned By Equity Rebound, Slashes Stock Exposure To 25%

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Stocks sit at the top 10% of historical highs; the economy could be in the bottom 1% of all time.

Leon Cooperman On Elizabeth Warren, Two-Tier Market And Big Government

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Why government has a right to tax and regulate the businesses it bailed out.

Seeking Rescue Capital, Try Convertible Bonds

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Notable companies struggling with the Covid crisis have issued bonds to a receptive market.

Rosenberg Sees Stock Market Living On Surreal Fantasy Island

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But Big Tech stocks are becoming the new utilities.

Vanguard's Chief Economist Sees Two-Phase Recovery

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The most disruptive event of our lifetime has no parallels.

Cetera CEO On Helping Reps Get PPP Loans

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In a few weeks, the IBD network went from 10% to 90% virtual.

Value Stocks Might Not Lead The Way When Economy Recovers

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Unlike in past downturns, don’t bank on value stocks winning in the next cycle.

Why Dan Fuss Sees Zero Dividend Growth For Now

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There are compelling reasons why dividend investors could experience a rude surprise.

Vanguard Sees 10-Year Projected Equity Returns Improving Sharply

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But second-quarter GDP could drop 17%, a post-World War II era record.

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