A graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, Green started his investing career in the early 1990s at Prudential Investment. Then he moved on to Goldman Sachs Asset Management. His Hotchkis & Wiley fund beats its benchmark by 5 percentage points, annualized, over the past 10 years, according to Morningstar.
“Reminder: Cryptocurrencies are still a new and hyper-volatile asset class, and could drop to near-zero at any time. Don’t put in more money than you can afford to lose,” the Russian-Canadian
Due to the rising house market in 2013, I encouraged my son to buy a condo unit in Charlestown, a part of Boston, while it was still affordable. After several conversations, my son finally agreed t
How markets are moving
This trend has not left corporate America unscathed. Even before the Weinstein allegations came to light, claims of sexual harassment led to a spate of firings at the ride-hailing company Uber. Mor
While San Francisco’s market was listed as “overvalued,” it is not deemed a “bubble risk.” In San Francisco, housing prices have gone up 65% over the past five years, not enough to make t
But energy has quietly been getting its footing over the last year or so. And despite some recent setbacks in January and February, it may be time to consider an investment in the energy sector once more.
Bу The Dow and S&P 500 on Fridaу log their sixth straight advance, notching a slight gain at the close, with the benchmarks ending well off session highs as political news sparked late-session t
Shares of the most-hated companies historically have outperformed most-admired ones, on average. This isn’t to say that Equifax is the better company in any fundamental sense. Apple clearly deser
“This week’s jump puts bullish sentiment at the top of its typical historical range,” AAII wrote in a release announcing the survey’s results, adding that the dividing line “between typical and unusually high readings is 48.6%.”