Proficio is honored to once again be named to the FT’s Top 300 RIA’s for 2020 for the 3rd year in a row
Proficio is to honored to once again be named to the FT’s Top 300 Registered Investment Advisers for 2019.
Proficio is happy to introduce both Sheldon Hanau as our Chief Strategy Officer and Karen Halliday as a strategic partner for our insurance dedicated vehicle.
Proficio is to honored to be named to the FT’s Top 300 Registered Investment Advisers.
Proficio launches their first open-ended vehicle on the private placement life insurance platform.
Proficio announces their partnership with RENEW Energy Partners to provide capital for energy efficient technologies.
Bob discusses the federal tax regime and the effects of futures changes in the revenue code on portfolio management.
Bob discusses the recent Fed moves and the volatility in the market with Bloomberg Baystate radio.
When The Fed Chair Takes The Podium The Markets Take Cover- Article from CIO Bob Haber, CFA, May 5th, 2019
Bob discusses the most recent FOMC minutes and the effects on the market.
Bob gives his thoughts on the current macro environment, the Fed and disinflation.
Bob gives market color to Bloomberg radio (skip to 14:30 mark in the audio).
Bob discusses the influences of the Fed on the stock market and the implications of further Fed policy changes.
Bob discusses his market outlook on Bloomberg Boston radio.
Will The Fed Pull Yield Curves Out Of This Power Dive?- Article from CIO Bob Haber, CFA, December 12th, 2018
Bob gives his opinion on what portions of the yield curve are most important in predicting future economic activity as well as the current market narrative surrounding the yield curve.
In Market Predictions Most Times You Just See a White Swan- Article from CIO Bob Haber, CFA, November 12th, 2018
Bob discusses how market narratives often focus on unpredictable events rather than more frequent, regularly predictable events.
Italian Threats To The EU: Is It Time To Cover Shorts On Italian Bonds?- Article from CIO Bob Haber, CFA, October 26th, 2018
Bob discusses the Italian predicament that the EU faces and issues with sovereign debt as a whole.
Bob discusses the current equity market sell-off and what a recovery in equity prices might look like (skip to minute 13).
Stock Market Jitters — Is Divisive Politics To Blame?- Article from CIO Bob Haber, CFA, July 12th, 2018
Bob discusses how political opinions have potentially colored opposing views of the economy and the stock market.
Bloomberg Baystate Business: BJ’s, PillPack, GE- Bloomberg commentary from Bob Haber, CFA, June 28th, 2018
Bob spends his time on Bloomberg radio discussing alternative assets and uncorrelated return streams.
Are Bond and Stock Bears Scaring You? Try These Uncorrelated Assets- Article from CIO Bob Haber, CFA, May 27th, 2018
Bob discusses uncorrelated alternatives as another option for bond and stock bears.
Bob gives his views on the bond market and economic growth in the US.
Did The Tax Cuts And Jobs Act Make Treasuries More Attractive Than Munis?- Article from CIO Bob Haber, CFA, May 9th, 2018
Bob gives his thoughts on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and the potential knock-on effects in the Muni market.
Trade Talks Or Inflation, What Is Really Behind The U.S. Dollar Decline?- Article from CIO Bob Haber, CFA, April 22nd, 2018
Bob gives his thoughts on the recent movement in the US Dollar and the recent trade news.
Taking Advantage of All The NAFTA Noise Through Mexican Bonds- Article from CIO Bob Haber, CFA, April 15th, 2018
Bob provides an interesting trade idea for those bullish on a fair NAFTA deal getting passed.
An Alternative View of Q1 Volatility — Time For a Commodity Comeback?- Q1 Review from CIO Bob Haber, CFA, April 9th, 2018
Bob gives his Q1 review of the recent volatility across asset classes.
Bob discusses the rise in housing prices in Canada and the potential implications of a bubble.
Bob discusses the recent turbulence in the broad equity market including knock-on effects and a potential rebound in market prices.
Proficio CIO Sees Negative Rate Bond Bubble Bursting – appearance on Bloomberg Television by CIO Bob Haber CFA, December 28nd, 2017
Bob appears on Bloomberg Television to discuss European sovereign bond valuations and other opportunities heading into 2018.
Year In Review: 2017 Issues and Opportunities Still Relevant Into 2018- contribution to Forbes from CIO Bob Haber CFA, December 22nd, 2017
Bob reviews Proficio’s market calls this year and into 2018.
Struggling to Find Value in the Market? Think Shipping- contribution to Forbes from CIO Bob Haber CFA, November 20th, 2017
Bob discusses a unique opportunity in the dry bulk shipping market.
Bob discusses prospective returns in major asset classes as well as the looming threat of inflation
Bob talks about the conditions in the palladium and industrial metals markets as well as some of Proficio’s positioning
Bob discusses near term asset allocation strategy and a potential change in market conditions.
Andy gives Bloomberg his thoughts on investing in ETFs to play corporate earnings season.
Bob discusses the historical correlation of bonds and stocks viewed through the lens of inflation expectations.
Bob discusses private equity vintages and opportunities in the preferred stock universe (fast forward to 20 minutes in to the audio).
In this piece, Bob discusses the historical returns of Private Equity and whether or not there is a timing element with certain funds.
Stick around for this episode of Bloomberg Radio where Bob is interviewed by Tom Keene of Bloomberg on his thoughts on markets, diversification, the Fed, and the Celtics.
Andy is quoted in Bloomberg giving his thoughts on one of Proficio’s investments in Argentina.
Bob comments on the current president’s effect on the market and the potential policies, outcomes, and market action that may come from a GOP controlled government.
Bob talks about the direction of the stock market and the future of the Fed raising interest rates.
Bob discusses the presidential election and the relative attractiveness of different asset classes.
Bob talks about the state of the bond market’s valuation including negative yielding debt.
Bob discusses the long term benefits of diversifying away from traditional public market investments to lower volatility and increase your Sharpe ratio.
Bob discusses his thoughts on the price pressures on commodities, excess capacity in commodity markets, and why printing money for so long has not led to inflation.
Bob applies his broad background and knowledge of America’s central bank to discuss the mechanics behind the Fed’s first increase in short term interest rates in almost 6 years.