Martin Fridson is the publisher of Income Securities Investor and according to Investment Dealers' Digest he is "Perhaps the most well-known figure in the high-yield world." He has served as a CFA Institute governor and consultant to the Federal Reserve Board. In 2002 the Financial Management Association International named Mr. Fridson the Financial Executive of the Year. The CFA Society New York gave him its Ben Graham Award in 2017.
Marty Fridson is a leading expert in income investing; the editor of Forbes/Fridson Income Securities Investor looks for opportunities for sophisticated investors, including preferreds, convertibles and — in this case — a pair of closed-end funds designed for global investors.
Marty Fridson, editor of Forbes/Fridson Income Securities Investor is a leading expert in income investing, including more complex securities such as these two financial sector preferred ideas that are reviewed below.
Marty Fridson is a leading authority on income investing; the editor of Forbes/Fridson Income Securities Investor specializes in finding opportunities in fixed-income securities, including preferreds, convertibles and — in this case — a pair of closed-end funds.
Crestwood Equity Partners, LP (CEQP) is an energy MLP that owns and operates midstream assets primarily located in the Marcellus Shale, Bakken Shale, Delaware Permian Basin, PRB Niobrara Shale, Barnett Shales, and Fayetteville Shale regions, notes Marty Fridson, editor of Forbes/Fridson Income Securities
Income-oriented investors can pursue their objectives through ETFs based on a wide variety of underlying assets. Martin Fridson, publisher of Income Securities Investor and chief investment officer of Lehmann Liivian Fridson Advisors, will show how these vehicles stack up against other income-generating assets. He will address both yields and principal preservation in-light-of the past year's dramatic market swings.
The challenge of investing for income is balancing yield and risk. Risks include both temporary paper losses and permanent losses of capital. Martin Fridson, CFA, will show you available tools for managing these risks including credit ratings, yield-based measures, diversification, and recommendations that include indications of appropriateness by the investor's risk tolerance.
Marty Fridson discusses the need to spread risk across various fixed income products with different risk profiles.
Fridson discusses the current risk profile in the market. He talks about the importance of combining below investment grade bonds with dividend growth stocks to create a diversified portfolio
Martin Fridson, CFA
How to be a Billionaire: Proven Strategies from the Titans of Wealth
How to Be a Billionaire looks at the careers, the methods, and the minds of self-made billionaires to distill the common keys to titanic accumulations of wealth. Each chapter explores a specific strategy and brings it to life through extended profiles of past and present masters of the art of making money.
Martin Fridson, CFA
It Was a Very Good Year: Extraordinary Moments in Stock Market History
What, if anything, do the most spectacular, high-performance periods of the twentieth-century stock market have in common? And most importantly: Can we predict when they will occur again? In this fascinating investigation, acclaimed author and financial authority Martin S. Fridson probes the past, leading an exhilarating tour through each of the twentieth-century stock market's golden years. Illuminating, entertaining, and rich in historical anecdotes, Fridson's book treats us t
Martin Fridson, CFA
Investment Illusions: A Savvy Wall Street Pro Explores Popular Misconceptions About the Markets
A source of down-to-earth advice on how not to fall prey to the follies of "pert." Examines and exposes the false assumptions many investors and professional money managers make when playing the stock market. Conveys essential stock market principles by using entertaining and easy-to-understand analogies. Includes numerous, bizarre, actual incidents and hilarious media howlers to dramatize misconceptions about the mark