Savita Subrmanainian has been voted one of Wall Street’s top strategists in Institutional Investor magazine’s prestigious investor survey for ten years running. How does she stay at the top in this very competitive field?
ROSENBERG: THE PRICE OF BEARISHNESS
Why doesn’t Wall Street like bears? Outspoken current bear, Dave Rosenberg, responds.
SUBRAMANIAN: KEEPING FINANCIAL COOL
Savita Subramanian explains how she keeps her cool in chaotic markets. It’s all about the numbers.
KEELEY: A GOLDEN RULE FOR FINANCE
After the global financial crisis, Terrence Keeley, then a top executive at UBS, did some soul-searching. What role, if any, had he played in the credit bubble and collapse that followed? It led him to make a personal commitment and create a new movement, the financial equivalent of medicine’s Hippocratic Oath, “First do no harm.”
YARDENI: PH.D. ENTERTAINMENT
Ed Yardeni’s voluminous, data-driven, daily research has always been geared to institutional investors, but recently he introduced “Quick Takes” for individuals.
WILBY: CHIPS ARE THE NEW OIL
Great Investor Bill Wilby calls semiconductor chips “the new oil,” fueling the power of the world’s economies. He recommends a new book that tells the story.