Gerstein Fisher’s Gregg Fisher has spent most of his professional career as a portfolio manager, but as founder and head of a successful and growing independent investment advisory firm he has also had to acquire management skills. He joined the Young Presidents’ Organization, a global network of chief executives and business leaders who achieved those positions before the age of 45 and connected with top management experts.
The U.S. stock market has been one of the strongest performers in the world since the financial crisis, but some question if its days of market leadership are numbered. This week’s guest is starting to look in battered down international markets. Gregg Fisher, a top rated financial advisor explains the diversification benefits of small company foreign stocks and international real estate. Continue Reading »
One of the biggest questions retirees have is how much money they can afford to take out of their next egg every year without running out.
Gerstein Fisher, the financial advisory firm of WEALTHTRACK guest, Gregg Fisher recently did some research on that question, especially the widely recommended 4% annual withdrawal rate. They agreed to share it with our audience. Continue Reading »
Demand for commercial and residential real estate in the developing world is exploding as an estimated one billion people move to cities over the next decade. This new “consuming class” could contribute $20 trillion a year to the global economy, according to McKinsey. A major beneficiary is expected to be the real estate industry. This week’s guests say global real estate is a huge investment opportunity overlooked by the vast majority of individual investors. Jason Wolf, who works for deep value investment legend, Marty Whitman, is the Co-Lead Portfolio Manager of the top performing Third Avenue Real Estate Value Fund. Gregg Fisher is the Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Gerstein Fisher, named one of Barron’s Top 100 Financial Advisors. These two have very different approaches to real estate investing, but agree that it should be part of everyone’s long-term, diversified portfolio. Continue Reading »