Forty years of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer, nine books, countless editorials, articles, and speeches. How does Jim Grant do it?
Some 40 years ago, Grant’s Interest Rate Observer was created over dinner at the baronial Oak Room at New York’s Plaza Hotel.
Award-winning value investor Bruce Berkowitz opens up about how he has handled major financial setbacks, including failed attempts to take mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac out of government conservatorship and turn struggling retailer Sears into a leading real estate developer.
Award-winning bond manager Mary Ellen Stanek describes Baird’s strategy to guide clients and colleagues through 2022’s bond market debacle.
The political, demographic and policy headwinds causing China’s economy to slow and possibly unravel with serious repercussions for the world’s economies and markets.
Katy Votava was not allowed to publish her Ph.D. dissertation in the 1990s because it used a then-novel AI neural network analysis to predict healthcare costs. She was forced to take another approach, but ever since then, she has been fascinated with AI’s potential.