Author: The Wealth Training Company

Fake Financial Markets

Influential bond investor Bill Gross of Janus Henderson Investors Gross, with $2.1 billion of assets under management said in early October that “financial markets are artificially compressed and capitalism is distorted because of the U.S. Federal Reserve’s loose monetary policy.” “Fed’s loose monetary policy had resulted in investors chasing yield and thus producing tight corporate spreads everywhere around the globe” said Gross. “Fed’s loose monetary policy had resulted in investors chasing yield and thus producing tight corporate spreads everywhere around the globe” BILL GROSS “Even China and South Korea – perfect examples of the risk trade – are at...

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Bill Gross – Investor Profile

Bill Gross (April 13, 1944, Middletown, Ohio, US) is known as the “king of bonds” Gross is an investor, fund manager with a personal Net Worth of 2.5billion USD (2017) Forbes. He is the co-founder and leading manager for Pacific Investment Management Co (PIMCO). PIMCO has over $600 billion under management in fixed-income investments making it by far the world’s largest bond fund. Bill Gross was raised a Presbyterian. He grew up in Ohio, US. His mother Shirley (Tait) was a homemaker, and Sewell Mark Gross, a sales executive for AK Steel Holding. He moved with his parents to...

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Ken Griffin’s Views on Stretched Stock Valuations

Ken Griffin founder and CEO of the hedge fund firm Citadel (1990) with $27 billion in assets under management reckons that stock valuations are getting high. Nevertheless, he still thinks that there are still economic forces that can cause the bull market to continue a while longer. “I think we’re in the seventh inning of this market rally” KEN GRIFFIN “I think we’re in the seventh inning of this market rally,” he said in an exclusive interview with CNBC’s on Monday. “Valuations are stretched. We’re not in the sort of classic mania that you get at the very end...

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Ken Griffin – Investor Profile

Ken Griffin (October 15, 1968, Daytona Beach Florida) is a hedge fund manager with an estimated net worth of US$6.6 billion as of May 2015. In June 2002, Griffin was included in CFO Magazine’s Global 100, a list of the most influential people in the world of finance. Forbes also identified Ken Griffin as one of 2012’s highest earning hedge fund managers as well as one of the Forbes 400. Griffin has already appeared numerous times in Forbes’ Forbes 400, first in 2003, with an estimated net worth of $650 million. At 34, he was the youngest self-made individual...

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Best Wall Street Stock Picker Retreats from Technology

Joseph DiMenna described by Businessweek as “the best stock-picker no one has ever heard of.” Retreats Positions in Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD), Apple Inc. (AAPL), Micron Technology, Inc. (MU) Apparently, all is not good on the technology front from Joseph DiMenna’s perspective, as he has opted to diminish holdings in all three stocks in the fourth-quarter of 2016. Joseph DiMenna described by Businessweek as “the best stock-picker no one has ever heard of” retreats from technology positions   According to the latest SEC filing, Zweig-DiMenna cut back 20% of its stake in AMD to 872,671 shares worth $9,896k....

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