Jason Brady looks at the expectations for the recovery, what's next for consumers and what Jay Powell is thinking.
President and CEO Jason Brady joined Bloomberg TV to discuss the fixed income and equity markets amid Fed action and the rise of the retail investor.
Ben Kirby, co-head of investments, shares reasons to be bullish on emerging markets on Bloomberg TV.
Jan Holman discusses the strategy of dollar-cost averaging and reminds investors to think for the long-term when approaching the market.
Portfolio Manager Bimal Shah joined Yahoo! Finance to discuss market volatility, the Fed and how each affects the markets broadly. He says that back in March, the Fed was supposed to sprinkle some liquidity into the market, but instead it "soaked the market with liquidity."
Thornburg Co-Head of Investments Ben Kirby talked to Yahoo Finance TV about the economic bifurcation between Wall Street and Main Street; China and other geopolitical risks; and stocks that could be interesting short- and long-term investments.
Co-Head of Investments and Portfolio Manager Jeff Klingelhofer joins Bloomberg TV to talk about the coronavirus-driven market selloff, the importance of defensive portfolio positioning, and when we can expect a market bottom and turnaround.
Jason Brady sits down with Maria Bartiromo at Fox Business to discuss the benefit of global dividends, U.S.-China trade and the reaction to last month's Fed meeting.
Thornburg CEO Jason Brady went one-on-one with Maria Bartiromo on Maria Bartiromo's Wall Street. They discuss the Fed cut, the latest GDP number, the investing climate in Europe, and how investors should be positioned ahead of a spike in volatility.
Thornburg President and CEO Jason Brady appeared on CNBC to discuss the long recovery since 2008, cautioning that the European Central Bank's extreme low rates are not a model the Fed should...
Thornburg President and CEO Jason Brady tells CNBC's Kelly Evans he's focused more on the health of the global economy, not the direct impacts of possible trade tariffs.
Thornburg President and CEO Jason Brady on CNBC comments on the Fed's data dependency, which adds volatility to the markets when it's too early to be thinking about a rate cut.
Thornburg President and CEO Jason Brady identifies opportunities for investors in light of the trade war, the Fed's policy, and Thornburg's portfolio positioning with regard to China.
Ben Kirby appeared on CNBC and reminded investors that despite a steady flow of ‘earnings beat' headlines, fewer companies are following this trend, and earnings expectations have generally fallen. Why? Trade talks have been a "goat rodeo," causing uncertainty and investment to slow.
President and CEO Jason Brady tells Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and Haidi Stroud-Watts that investors should look at dividend-paying stocks amid slowing global growth.
PM Jeff Klingelhofer tells Su Keenan of Bloomberg TV that the fourth quarter market pullback could be an opportunity to step back into the bond market.
President and CEO Jason Brady says it's important for investors to look at the fundamentals of a company during volatility instead of the headlines in an in-studio interview with Bloomberg TV.
CEO Jason Brady talks with Bloomberg TV about a range of topics, from all-time market highs, the Fed's Jackson Hole symposium, and opportunities in emerging markets.
CEO Jason Brady discusses the impact of the Turkey crisis on financial markets with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and Julie Hyman on "Bloomberg Markets"
CEO Jason Brady tells Chinese media outlet Caixin that he believes that the main reason for the recent devaluation of the renminbi is the Fed's rate hike. On another level, the depreciation of the renminbi is not entirely a bad thing, but two-way floating is an important step in its journey to stability.
Portfolio Manager Jeff Klingelhofer says a "long history of doing the right thing" is an important way to look at companies, but quarterly guidance can be helpful for active investors too, on CNBC Asia's "Squawk Box".
Thornburg President and CEO Jason Brady discusses markets, volatility and the 60/40 portfolio allocation strategy on "Bloomberg Markets."
Investors are right to be optimistic about the global economy, but need to accept that volatility will be part of the ride, says Global Fixed Income Portfolio Manager Jeff Klingelhofer.