Results for "jeff+benjamin"

Displaying 4,056 results

Sort: Date | Relevance

Author:

Take Five: John Loffredo on how to play the Detroit muni mess

June 18, 2013

Detroit officially entered default status on Monday when it failed to make a $39.7 million payment on debt issued to fund pensions. But even as Michigan's largest city moves a step closer to bankruptcy, there are still opportunities to invest...

REITs can gain from rising rates, argues Cohen & Steers' Cheigh

June 16, 2013

Rising interest rates, or even talk of rising rates, usually increase volatility in the real estate investment trust sector. But that doesn't mean that REITs can't also benefit from rising rates, according to Jon Cheigh, executive vice president...

REIT game 'in the late innings'

June 16, 2013

Real estate investment trusts, once the darlings of income-starved investors, have lost enough momentum over the past few weeks to justify a fresh look at any commitment to the asset class. Even staunch REIT bulls usually acknowledge that equity...

Live from Morningstar Best investment ideas heard at the conference

June 13, 2013

> Russ Kinnel, director of mutual fund research at Morningstar Inc.'s, best idea for finding income: “If you want to find opportunities look for a fund, stock or bond yielding a little lower than its peers. We're so focused on higher yielding...

Spin cycle: Great rotation won't trigger 'mass exodus' from bonds

June 13, 2013

Not surprisingly, bond market representatives aren't expecting a mass exodus out of fixed income and into equities amid the threat of rising interest rates — or at least that's their story. “From our perspective, the great rotation has been...

Live from Morningstar Tao of Pooh? Doing nothing not a bad idea in this market, says GMO's Montier

June 13, 2013

Europe is an undervalued mess, the emerging markets are overvalued and investors are wasting their time worrying about interest rate hikes. Those are the essential takeaways from a panel of investment experts who spoke Thursday in Chicago as...

Take Five: Jon Cheigh of Cohen Steers

June 11, 2013

Rising interest rates, or even talk of rising rates, usually increases volatility in the real estate investment trust sector. But that doesn't mean that REITs can't also benefit from rising rates, according to Jon Cheigh, executive vice president...

Take Five: Prudential's Robert Tipp

June 4, 2013

You can blame the recent Treasury market volatility on the series of mixed messages from the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, according to Robert Tipp, chief investment strategist for fixed income at Prudential Inc. InvestmentNews:...

Will bond yields see normal levels again soon?

June 2, 2013

With the yield on the 10-year Treasury bond hovering around a 13-month high following a spike last week, there is reason to think that the combination of investor psychology and economic realities will start pushing bond yields back to normal...

Reinhart Partners

June 2, 2013

Reinhart Partners Inc. is not only Wisconsin's largest registered investment adviser, it has more than one-third of the state's RIA assets. Based in the town of Mequon on the shores of Lake Michigan, the firm was founded in 1991 by chief executive...

Real estate bubble? Hogwash

June 2, 2013

The recent surge in U.S. home prices has market watchers and money managers already playing defense to deter the notion that the market is entering another bubble. “I don't think we'd use the term "bubble,' even though prices have been trending...

Floating-rate bank loans darlings of fixed-income world

June 2, 2013

With record-low interest rates wreaking havoc on income-seeking investors and the risk of a rate increase growing with each passing day, floating-rate bank loans have become the latest darlings of bond investors. A large part of the appeal,...

Arm's-length plays on housing recovery

June 2, 2013

Just because investors were burned the last time around doesn't mean they can't take advantage of the housing market recovery. Anyone with even a vague memory of the carnage triggered by the 2007 collapse of the real estate market probably isn't...

Treasury bond sell-off is now a buying opportunity

May 31, 2013

All those investors rushing to get out of Treasury bonds before the Fed starts hiking interest rates might want to slow down and take a breather. With the yield on the 10-year Treasury up more than 50 basis points over the past 30 days and having...

Will bond yields see normal levels again soon?

May 30, 2013

With the yield on the 10-year Treasury bond hovering around a 13-month high of 2.12% following a spike this week, there is reason to think that the combination of investor psychology and economic realities will start pushing bond yields back...

Real estate bubble? Hogwash, say industry watchers

May 29, 2013

The recent surge is U.S. home prices has market watchers and money managers already playing defense to deter the notion that the market is entering another bubble. “I don't think we'd use the term 'bubble,' even though prices have been trending...

Floating-rate bank loans darlings of the fixed-income market

May 28, 2013

With record-low interest rates wreaking havoc on income-seeking investors and the risk of a rate increase growing with each passing day, floating-rate bank loans have become the latest darling of bond investors. A large part of the appeal, which...

Finding arm's-length plays on housing recovery

May 28, 2013

Just because investors were burned the last time around doesn't mean they can't take advantage of the housing market recovery. Anyone with even a vague memory of the carnage triggered by the 2007 collapse of the real estate market probably isn't...

Strategist positive on gold, stocks

May 26, 2013

Gold still looks good and stocks still have room to run, according to Brian Gendreau, a market strategist at Cetera Financial Group Inc. and professor of finance at the University of Florida. InvestmentNews: Is the recent volatility of gold...

Housing market still has cracks, Moody's says

May 26, 2013

Above-average and rising delinquency rates among low- to moderate-income first-time homebuyers show that the U.S. housing market still has a few lingering cracks in the foundation — and that should give investors pause. Despite rising home...

« Previous PageNext Page »

1 ... 198 | 199 | 200 | 201 | 202 | 203

X

Hi! Glad you're here and we hope you like all the great work we do here at InvestmentNews. But what we do is expensive and is funded in part by our sponsors. So won't you show our sponsors a little love by whitelisting investmentnews.com? It'll help us continue to serve you.

Yes, show me how to whitelist investmentnews.com

Ad blocker detected. Please whitelist us or give premium a try.