Podcasts

  • Howard Cure of Evercore Wealth Management and Maria Doulis of the Citizens Budget Commission examine variables related to the city's FY21 spending plan amid the coronavirus pandemic, a deep recession and civil unrest. Paul Burton hosts.
    July 21
  • Rick Kolman and Al Kirton of Academy Securities talk about the state of the public power sector today – the challenges and opportunities that exist for investors.
    July 16
  • Gil C. Quiniones, president and CEO of the N.Y. Power Authority, discusses how the Empire State’s energy needs are being met during the health crisis. Andrew Coen hosts.
    July 14
  • Jim Colby, senior municipal strategist and author of the Muni Nation blog at Van Eck, talks about what’s happened in the municipal bond market since March 20. He looks at the big picture after COVID-19 and drills down into municipal bond funds and ETFs. Chip Barnett hosts this remote podcast.
    July 9
  • Dag Detter, an investment advisor and former president of the Swedish government's holding company, explores creative ways for U.S. states and cities to improve their finances. Paul Burton hosts.
    July 7
  • Marc Pfeffer, chief investment officer at CLS Investments, talks about today’s municipal bond market and looks to the future.
    July 2
  • Maine State Treasurer Henry Beck discusses how the New England state is confronting steep revenue losses driven by the COVID-19 pandemic and budget-saving measures that may be enacted. Andrew Coen hosts.
    June 30
  • Cooper Howard, director of fixed income strategy at the Schwab Center for Financial Research, talks about the bifurcation in the market and what investors should look at during the rest of the year.
    June 25
  • Bond analyst Joseph Krist examines the types of debt most vulnerable to the coronavirus hit. He also discusses the Federal Reserve's Municipal Lending Facility. Recorded June 10. Paul Burton hosts.
    June 23
  • Matt Boardman, head of fixed income for RBC Wealth Management, talks with Chip Barnett, about how the municipal bond market has changed over the past few months in light of the coronavirus pandemic. He talks about how the economic effects due to COVID-19 caused a "sudden and violent" dislocation in munis for over two months and how we’ve now returned to being a more rational and reasonable market and remains vibrant and strong.
    June 18