Howard Marks, co-founder and co-chairman of Oaktree Capital Management, the world’s largest distressed debt manager, joined Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu to discuss the pros and cons of ETFs, his concerns about liquidity and how ETFs might be used in a portfolio.
Howard Marks Says ETFs Remain Largely Untested
Howard Marks Says ETFs Aren't as Liquid as Investors Assume
Howard Marks, co-founder and co-chairman of Oaktree Capital Management, the world's largest distressed debt manager, joined Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Eric Balchunas to discuss ETF flows in 2018 and why he believes that the ETF market remains largely untested.
Howard Marks Says 'Unrealistic' Investors Are Getting Desperate
Howard Marks. Bloomberg TV Howard Marks, the billionaire founder of the hedge fund Oaktree Capital, says investors are taking on uncharacteristic levels of risk as returns dry up. He says traders are also being driven by a fear of missing out, which he calls "one of the more powerful reasons for investor aggressiveness, and also one of the most dangerous." Howard Marks thinks investors are being pushed to extreme means to make money in this market.
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Hedge Fund Billionaire Howard Marks Is Throwing Cold Water On The GOP Tax Law
Howard Marks Bloomberg TV Many companies have welcomed the new tax law by announcing bonuses, wage hikes, and hiring. Oaktree Capital founder Howard Marks threw cold water on the GOP tax reform in a new memo, questioning its long-term benefits and capacity to create new jobs.
Howard Marks says 'easy money has been made' in the market, don't chase it
Howard Marks tells his clients to stay "defensive or cautious" in the current market environment.