The 2015 IA 35 for 35
In the 35th anniversary year for Investment Advisor, and the 13th year we’ve been naming the IA 25, we thought it proper to publish a special list honoring 35 people who have been most influential in and around the business of independent financial advice.
Why the IA 35?
While I’m not a fervent believer in the “Great Man” theory of history, I do believe that individuals make a big difference in the history of the world, of nations and of families.
GMO’s Grantham: Some Boom Left Before the Doom
Jeremy Grantham thinks the market will rise another 8% before the bubble bursts, leaving a legacy of multiyear negative real returns.
Bernanke Joins PIMCO as Senior Adviser
Former Fed chair was recently hired as an adviser to a hedge fund, and will continue as a fellow with the Brookings Institution.
When Finance Turns Into a Calamity
Historical lessons offer little shield against future crises.
Bernanke: Low Rates Are the Long-Term Trend
The Fed has not distorted markets or kept them artificially low, the former Fed chairman writes in his new blog for the Brookings Institution.
Volatility Doesn’t Mean Markets Won’t Move Higher
Big market moves can make investors nervous. But should they? Consultant Alexei Bayer and ThinkAdvisor's Gil Weinreich discuss.
PIMCO Sees Year of Higher Growth, but Fed Rate Hike May Roil Markets
Global monetary easing, lower oil prices and move away from austerity are all net positives, the investment firm argues.
Bill Gross: Hunker Down for Global Currency War
It was actually the U.S. that fired the first shot in a currency war whose risks investors must mitigate through conservative investments, Janus' Gross warns.
Long Live the Dollar; a Smarter Way to Buy Gold and More: Gartman, Yusko
An Inside ETFs session with Dennis Gartman and Mark Yusko called “The Great Fed Debate” contained surprisingly little disagreement but many astute insights.