Richard Bernstein

THE END OF GLOBALIZATION IS A GAME-CHANGER FOR MARKET LEADERSHIP CREATING NEW WINNERS AND LOSERS

January 24, 2020

Are we witnessing the end of globalization, the dominant trade and economic force of the last quarter-century? That is what financial thought leader Richard Bernstein is suggesting to clients. In a recent report, aptly titled: Investing for December 31, 2029 -The End of Globalization, he makes his case. And yes, he is talking about 2029!
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BERNSTEIN: PACTIVE MANAGEMENT

October 5, 2018

PACTIVE MANAGEMENT

Merrill Lynch’s longtime top-ranked investment strategist Richard Bernstein launched his own investment advisory firm, Richard Bernstein Advisors(RBA) in 2009 to apply his “top-down” macro strategy and quantitative analytical skills to real portfolios. He decided to combine his active asset allocation approach with passive investment instruments such as ETFs in what he trademarked as Pactive Management, which he believes is the wave of the future.

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WHAT’S THE BIGGEST RISK IN THE MARKETS TODAY?

October 5, 2018

Top strategist Richard Bernstein says investors are looking for risk in all the wrong places.  He explains where he believes the biggest risk by far is in the bond market.
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SEISMIC INVESTMENT SHIFT: RICHARD BERNSTEIN HAS COMPLETELY CHANGED HIS PORTFOLIO HOLDINGS. WHAT’S BEHIND THE CHANGE?

December 23, 2016

Why has this top ranked strategist and fund manager completely changed his portfolio positions? Richard Bernstein makes the case for faster economic growth and reflation.
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BERNSTEIN : BULL MARKET BELIEVER

January 1, 2016

After several years of outstanding performance, 2015’s lackluster results have been disappointing for many U.S. investors. Lest we forget, despite this essentially flat year, the S&P 500 has more than doubled since its 2009 lows! All the while investors have been abandoning U.S. stocks. This week’s guest, award winning strategist and macro funds’ manager Richard Bernstein explains why he believes the U.S. bull market still has plenty of room to run. Continue Reading »

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