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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It's Low-Quality Earnings That's Killing Stocks, Not The Virus

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Investors are re-evaluating their approach to portfolio construction, MFS’s Robert Almeida says.

Vanguard: Equities Near Low End Of Fair Value Range

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Odds of a global recession will rise if the outbreak lasts into May or June, a Vanguard analyst said.

Brothels, Big-Wave Surfing And Reframing Retirement Risk

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An argument with a Nobel Laureate about annuitizing everything.

Vanguard Economist Warns Equities Could Be Headed Towards Bubble Territory

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Vanguard's Joe Davis also believes that international stocks have a brighter future than U.S. equities.

Vanguard's Chief Economist: Why Things Could Get Better

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Greater interconnectedness will allow new ideas to thrive and multiply, to the benefit of the global economy.

Gundlach Sees Surging Bernie Sanders As Market's Biggest 2020 Threat

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Gundlach believes the democratic socialist has the most momentum and enthusiasm of any Democratic candidate.

Gundlach: 2020 Recession Odds Fall To 35%, Hillary Democrats’ Best Hope

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Federal budget deficits could hit 13% of GDP when the next recession does arrive.

Tibergien: RIAs Missing Point On Schwab-TD Merger

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It’s all about their retail business, which has big implications for RIAs.

Why Utilities Might Be Next Decade's Best Sector

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Public utilities’ profit growth rates should triple over the next 20 years, thanks to renewables.

Wall Street's Warren Paranoia Misplaced Given Her Big-Money Friends

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When it comes to taking on the rich, Elizabeth Warren's bark is bigger than her bite, some investors say.

People Love Pensions, Remain Skeptical About Annuities

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It will be intriguing to see what retirement income solutions BlackRock and Microsoft come up with.

Gundlach: Treasurys Have Bottomed For 2019; 2020 Recession Odds Remain 75%

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The U.S. economy is displaying signs of weakness, but it isn't as distressing as it was one month ago.

Why Low-Vol Stocks, Trouncing S&P By 6.6%, Are Bullish For The S&P 500

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Safe stocks' outperformance over the last six months is positive for the broader market.

Grantham Mayo: What's Gone Wrong With Value Investing?

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Some evidence indicates the value premium might not be as pronounced going forward.

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