Howard Gold is a columnist for MarketWatch and founder and editor of GoldenEgg Investing, which offers simple, low-cost, low-risk retirement investing plans. A popular speaker at MoneyShows, he was executive editor for MoneyShow.com and founding editor of Barrons.com. Mr. Gold was a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Business and Financial Journalism at Columbia University, where he received an MBA in finance. A winner of the Gerald Loeb Awards for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism, he has written for Forbes, Barron's, Money, and USAToday.
As 2013 nears its end, MoneyShow's Howard R. Gold, takes a look back at his hits and misses of the past year, and looks forward to the ups and downs he'll experience in 2014, and in many more years to come.
Despite stocks hitting new highs, the general public is not racing back into them, writes MoneyShow's Howard R. Gold, who tells you where the majority are putting their money instead.
John Maynard Keynes was at the forefront of the investing world, writes MoneyShow's Howard R. Gold, and his influential theories are often taken for granted today.
How can you diversify when so many investments are heading in the same direction, writes MoneyShow's Howard R. Gold, who points out why this happened in the first place and where to look for real diversification now.
In this hard-hitting panel discussion, some of the nation's top money managers will review the economic and market trends they see shaping up in the coming months. They will also share how they are positioning their client portfolios to make the most of the current market environment.