Charles Bovaird

Charles Bovaird

Charles Bovaird is a Financial Writer and Consultant with strong knowledge of securities markets and investing concepts. Having accumulated more than six years' worth of experience, he has done work for financial institutions including Moody's Analytics and Citizens Commercial Banking. 

An author of 400+ publications, his work has appeared in publications including New York Post, Washington Post, Boston Herald, Chicago Tribune and Fortune. Mr. Bovaird created all the industrial finance training for a company with 300+ people and has given speeches on financial literacy for Mensa and Boston Rotaract.

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  1. Stocks

    Why Bank Stocks May Plunge Further (JPM, C)

    Bank stocks might be in for some sharp declines.
  2. Investing

    Online Broker Price Wars Will Slash Earnings (SCHW, AMTD)

    Price wars will provide online brokers with little benefit.
  3. Stocks

    How the Fed's New Rule Will Fuel Bank M&A

    Fed ruling could fuel more robust bank M&A.
  4. Markets & Economy

    CEO Optimism Reaches 7-Year High as CFOs Fear Trade War

    CEOs are optimistic about Trump's policies, but nearly all CFOs fear a China trade war.
  5. Markets & Economy

    Why China's Quarter-Trillion M&A Machine Is Stalling

    China's quarter-trillion dollars worth of foreign takeovers in M&A efforts face serious headwinds.
  6. ETFs

    Money Rushes Out of Junk Bonds on Oil, Fed Moves (HYG, JNK)

    Junk bond funds suffer significant outflows amid oil price volatility and interest rate hikes.
  7. ETFs

    Why Money Is Pouring Into Plain Vanilla ETFs (SPY, VTI)

    ETF investors flocked to vanilla funds in February.
  8. Stocks

    Why Robot Stocks Will Rise in the Age of Trump (ROK, ABB)

    Stocks of companies that make robots will likely experience sharp gains in the coming years.
  9. Stocks

    Short Sellers Are Poised to Profit in the Bull Market (SHAK, JCP)

    Short Sellers' Paradise: even the bull market is providing opportunities
  10. Investing

    Active Managers Lag S&P as Money Pours into Stock Funds

    U.S. Mutual fund managers underperformed their benchmarks in February, even as equity funds prosper.
  11. Bonds / Fixed Income

    Corporate Bond Sales Plunge Amid Strong Demand (SAGG, SJB)

    Sales of corporate, investment-grade bonds fell to their lowest in three years in February.
  12. Stocks

    Have $2 Trillion in Buybacks Paid Off? (AAPL, GE)

    Major U.S. companies have spent trillions on buybacks with only a modest impact on stock prices.
  13. Stocks

    Tax Wars: Private Equity Vs. Wall Street (BX,CG)

    Private equity firms could encounter challenges with a proposal to change interest expense deductibility.
  14. Stocks

    Why Telecom Mergers Will Rise Even Higher in 2017 (DTE, S)

    M&A deals surged in 2016, but their value could climb even more in a favorable regulatory environment.
  15. Stocks

    Trump's Tax Cuts: Why Amazon, Exxon and AT&T Won't Benefit (AMZN, XOM)

    Trump's proposal would provide windfalls for some companies, but many firms will receive little benefit.
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