Contrary to most forecasts, award winning portfolio manager Kathleen Gaffney sees a brighter growth outlook in China, the U.S. and much of the world, and is finding unusual bargains in battered areas like energy and commodities. On this week’s WEALTHTRACK, Gaffney explains why she is investing in unpopular places in her Eaton Vance Bond Fund. Continue Reading »
Great bond investor Kathleen Gaffney says it’s been the quietest summer bond market in her 20 plus years of managing fixed income funds. Is this the proverbial calm before the storm? Have years of low interest rates lulled investors into another false sense of security? Gaffney, Portfolio Manager of the Eaton Vance Bond Fund, is concerned about risks in the bond world and has adjusted her portfolios accordingly. She’ll explain why she thinks bonds are fraught with risk and why stocks and cash are now a big part of her portfolios.
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WEALTHTRACK has identified Kathleen Gaffney as a next generation Great Investor because of her outstanding track record at the Loomis Sayles Bond Fund, alongside legendary co-manager Dan Fuss. Gaffney recently left her old firm to launch a new bond fund at Eaton Vance. I asked her to explain the biggest difference between running a huge fund and a much smaller new one.[bliptv id=”hsM9g5XGUAA”]