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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Stanford On Optimal Withdrawal Rates, A 3% Vs. 5% Rule And Annuities

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Is a 75% allocation to equities optimal for retirees?

Secular Bull Jeff Saut Sees No Fed Rate Hike; S&P 500 At 5,400 By 2025

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The economy is a lot stronger than people think, said the former Raymond James chief market strategist.

Gundlach Sees 65% Chance Of Recession In Next Year

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Real effects of the global slowdown are surfacing in many places.

Dan Fuss Fears Trade War Becoming Clash Of Civilizations

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The bond fund legend sees little good coming out of the trade war.

David Rosenberg: Past Fed Blunders Will Cause Recession Within 12 Months

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30-year Treasury zero-coupon bonds could generation 35% returns.

Gundlach: Leveraged Corporate Bonds Destined To Wash Up On Buffett's Nude Beach

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First quarter GDP looks “fishy,” VP Pence embarrasses himself and consumer debt is mounting.

Nick Murray: Growth Vs. Income Delusions Cause Retirement Inequality In Era Of 3-D Hearts

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Target-date funds destined to serve as Kevorkian-like solutions for many retirees.

Grantham, Others See Opportunities After First Climate Change Bankruptcy

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Institutional investors see compelling investment opportunities but picking winners and losers won't be easy.

Democrats' Dumbest Idea Yet: Annualized Capital Gains Taxes

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Will the day come when the federal government writes out a $30 billion checks to Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates after stocks crash?

Gundlach: Equities Will Take Out December Lows As The Fed Ends QT

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The Fed may be realizing no one is going to buy trillions more in Treasurys.

Taking Away All The Wrong Lessons From The Financial Crisis

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This week's narrative misses the point completely.

Why Master Strategist Sees S&P Ending 2019 At 3,100

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What happened in December and why a trade deal is likely.

Why A Wealth Tax Has No Chance

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The IRS lacks the capacity to appraise the assets of the ultra-wealthy annually.

Did RIAs Lose $530 Million In Revenue In 2018's Q4?

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Maybe, says TD Institutional's CEO. Regardless, it was a wake-up call.

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