Robert Kessler

KESSLER: TREASURY BOND CONTRARIAN

July 10, 2015

Our guest is taking on the Wall Street consensus. The overwhelming sentiment from economists, analysts and strategists is that the great bond bull market, particularly in U.S. Treasuries, is over.  Treasury bonds have been described as extremely overvalued, risky and undesirable.  Not so says global bond manager Robert Kessler. He is sticking with his decade long, bullish view on Treasuries and says the Federal Reserve is in “no position to raise interest rates.” Continue Reading »

2014’s BEST CALLS

December 26, 2014

Who got the economy and markets right in 2014? We introduce the economist, strategist and portfolio managers who hit home runs on WEALTHTRACK this year. Continue Reading »

KESSLER: A SIMPLE CHOICE

July 4, 2014

Great Investor Robert Kessler, CEO of Kessler Investment Advisors has managed portfolios of global government debt for decades. In recent years however he has narrowed his focus to U.S. Treasury debt. He explains why.

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ROBERT KESSLER: BULLISH ON TREASURIES

July 4, 2014

For years Great Investor Robert Kessler has correctly predicted that interest rates would decline to record lows and remain subdued because of subpar economic growth. The founder and CEO of Kessler Investment Advisors is sticking to his guns and maintains that U.S. Treasury bonds will continue to be a major beneficiary. He’ll explain why he thinks Treasuries, one of the most vilified investments on Wall Street should be a core holding in everyone’s portfolio. Continue Reading »

ROBERT KESSLER – IN DEFENSE OF BONDS

September 6, 2013

It is now accepted wisdom on Wall Street that the great bond rally of the past 30 years is over and that we have entered a new era of higher interest rates.  Not so fast says this week’s  Great Investor guest,  Robert Kessler.  He points out we have had many false alarms about economic growth and central bank tightening over the last 6 years only to see interest rates retreat again. Kessler has correctly defended the value of U.S. Treasuries in particular against Wall Street naysayers for more than a decade. So before you follow the stampede out of bonds you might want to listen to his defense of bonds. Continue Reading »

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