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This is bigger than the financial crisis & it’s wise to raise cash says T- bond guru Robert Kessler

March 27, 2020

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KESSLER: CRISIS IMPACT

March 27, 2020

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.

THIS IS BIGGER THAN THE FINANCIAL CRISIS & IT’S WISE TO RAISE CASH SAYS T- BOND GURU ROBERT KESSLER

March 20, 2020

In an exclusive interview, U.S. Treasury bond manager Robert Kessler warns this recession will be bigger than the financial crisis and the damage to stock markets will get worse before it gets better. His advice: raise cash sooner rather than later.

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SIMULTANEOUS SHOCKS ARE TIPPING THE U.S. AND GLOBAL ECONOMY INTO RECESSION

March 13, 2020

NEW THIS WEEK…
Economic shutdowns are now spreading across the U.S., as they have in other countries in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The actions are pushing economies, including the U.S. into recession. Financial thought leader, Don Rismiller, Chief Research Officer at leading macro-research firm Strategas shares his latest analysis of the domestic implications. Download the report “March Sadness Continuing” by Don Rismiller [.pdf]

In a separate report international economist and global strategist, Nick Sargen writes that the world is being hit by an unprecedented combination of supply shocks that have pushed the global economy to a tipping point. Read “Tipping Point for the Global Economy” by Nick Sargen

DON RISMILLER

  • Vice-Chairman, Chief Research Officer,
  • Strategas

NICHOLAS SARGEN

In the final week of the spring fundraising season for Public Television, we are revisiting a recent important episode on why America’s do-it-yourself system is failing so many retirees. Retirement experts Teresa Ghilarducci and Jamie Hopkins have answers and solutions. You can watch that episode again here.

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