Outspoken bond manager Robert Kessler recently closed his firm and retired from active management, but he has no intention of retiring from the challenges of world-class rock climbing. We asked him why.
Robert Kessler explains why he thinks the markets are so dangerous for investors right now. A long-time critic of Wall Street and its pervasive groupthink, the recently retired bond manager shares his contrarian advice exclusively on WEALTHTRACK.
For financial historians and serious market observers, the current era has all the signs of a developing market bubble. Bullishness is increasing and speculation is rampant as a new growing community of online trading investors has emerged as a potent market-moving force. On this week’s program leading financial journalist, Jason Zweig shares his view on the current market climate and how speculative it has become.
An exclusive interview with outspoken, contrarian thinking Treasury bond manager Robert Kessler on why the stock market is in the danger zone.
CRISIS IMPACT U.S. Treasury bond manager Robert Kessler and his wife are well-known collectors of Asian art. The COVID-19 pandemic is not only affecting his personal travels but also the global art market. Watch the related WEALTHTRACK episode.
In a WEALTHTRACK Exclusive, Treasury Bond manager Robert Kessler warns of recession ahead & which U.S. Treasury securities are the purest play on Federal Reserve interest rate policies.