Jeremy Siegel Sees ‘Really Great’ Opportunities in Emerging Markets
Jeremy Siegel, a senior advisor for WisdomTree and professor at The Wharton School, told investors on a quarterly call what he thought about the economy, Obamacare and Medicare.
Jeremy Siegel’s Math Puts Dow at 18,000 Next Year: Epstein
Gene Epstein of Barron's has the Wharton professor's math on his side when he gives 50-50 odds for the Dow hitting this milestone in 2014.
Charles Biderman, Jeremy Siegel and Others on Today’s Market: Ground Floor or Precipice?
One fund exec who's held 80 meetings with advisors since April says they all ask the same thing: How do I get my clients out of cash and bonds?
Bill Gross vs. the Equity Cult
Asking PIMCO founder Bill Gross his opinion of stocks is like asking the late Steve Jobs his opinion of Windows.
Equities Cult High Priest Malkiel Burns PIMCO’s Gross: Reducing Stocks Would Be ‘Huge Mistake’
PIMCO Chairman Bill Gross launched a bond investor’s jihad recently with his remarks that the “cult of equities is dying.” Burton Malkiel, author of “A Random Walk Down Wall Street,” is the latest to fire back.
Bogle Joins Gross-Siegel ‘Food Fight’
The smackdown between Bill Gross and Jeremy Siegel continues, this time with Twitter as the venue.
PIMCO’s Gross Slams Draghi, Says Jeremy Siegel Belongs in ‘Ivory Tower’
The co-CIO of PIMCO said Draghi should have offered concrete policy steps at Thursday’s ECB policy meeting.
Ivy League All-Star Investment Team: At Point Guard, Jeremy Lin
Consider: If advisors act as asset allocation point guards for their clients, which Ivy Leaguers would you want on your team?
Registrations Rise for TD Ameritrade Institutional’s Conference, Says Bradley
Registrations for TD Ameritrade Institutional’s 2012 National Conference are up from last year, says Tom Bradley, the firm's institutional president, helped by the presence of some high-profile speakers like Vice President Dick Cheney and former head of the FDIC Sheila Bair.
Stark Advice on Risk Avoidance From Leading Academic
Zvi Bodie has long been a lone wolf in the financial services industry. The Boston University finance professor and veteran risk avoidance advocate, has himself risked being pelted with eggs, or worse.