Marilyn Cohen is one of the country's top bond managers. She began her 40-year financial career as a securities analyst at William O'Neil & Co. Ms. Cohen moved into bond brokerage at Cantor Fitzgerald, Inc. then founded Envision Capital Management over 25 years ago. As Envision's CEO, she and her company specialize in managing bond portfolios for individuals. During this same time, she has written the bond column appearing in Forbes magazine. She is the author of six books on the bond market investing for individuals—all available at Amazon.com.
Marilyn Cohen, president of Envision Capital Management, discusses TOMA, and the relationship between these companies and their bond holders.
Marilyn Cohen, president of Envision Capital Management, suggests it might be time to change your way of investing since interest rates have finally begun to rise.
Marilyn Cohen, president of Envision Capital Management, tells it to you straight. She's going to stay far away from Detroit and wants you to look to the friendly skies instead.
During the panic, bond funds have not been the safe-haven investors expected. Liquidity in bond-land has been uneven in every sector. Join Marilyn Cohen, president and CEO of Envision Capital Management, Inc., as she discusses the few places you can invest in with good safety.
Why $16 billion were moved into bonds funds in a week. There has been a tsunami of money moving into bond funds--Treasuries, corporates and agencies--here is how you can play it.
The Intersection of bonds and the internet of things. Marylin Cohen explains that traders need to treat their bond portfolio the same way as their stock portfolio
The Little Bond eBooklet: Must-Knows About Your Bond Portfolio
Must-knows about your fixed income portfolio packed into a 30+ page booklet. Twenty-year Forbes magazine columnist and fixed income investment expert, Marilyn Cohen and best-selling author, Chris Malburg join forces in producing the shortest, most valuable book on fixed income investing. This 30+ page booklet is packed with the do's and don'ts, risks and solutions every person who invests in municipal and corporate bonds must know before another trading day goes by.