Gregg S. Fisher, CFA, is chief investment officer of Gerstein Fisher, an independent investment management and advisory firm that he founded in 1993. Gerstein Fisher’s investment strategies are focused on what has been proven to have a meaningful impact on investor returns: global diversification, smart portfolio structure, proactive tax management, investor behavior, and risk management. Through the Gerstein Fisher Research Center, which he established in 2009, he has partnered with leading academics in the areas of finance, risk engineering and economics to conduct research that has immediate, real-world applicability to the practice of investing. Fisher is a Certified Financial Planner. To read more about him, visit www.gersteinfisher.com.
At a recent event titled "Elephant vs. Dragon: The Political and Economic Prospects of India and China," Rawi Abdelal discussed the strengths and weaknesses of the two emerging economies and came to a rather provocative conclusion.
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Gregg S. Fisher, CFA, explains why investors should do a better job now, before the close of the 2012 calendar year, integrating their taxes and Form 1040 with their investment portfolio strategy.
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