Michael J. Chren, CFA joined Doyle Wealth Management in August 2015 as Chief Investment Officer. He brings nearly 30 years of investment and financial experience to the firm. He began his career as an arbitrageur for Mabon Securities in New York City. From there, he went on to work in an analyst role with both Bear Stearns and Raymond James. He then was promoted to Equity Income and Value Portfolio Manager for Eagle Asset Management. Michael has served as the Senior Portfolio Manager for Large Cap Value Equity for INVESCO Capital Management, Allegiant Asset Management Group, and Fidelity Management and Research.
As the anniversary of the March 9, 2009 stock market bottom came and passed a few weeks ago, the bull that had been running roughshod over those nine years finally took a pause to catch its breath. Most of you have heard of one of the most recognizable and time-tested... read more →
"In the short run, the market is a voting machine. In the long run it's a weighing machine." - Warren Buffett Rule #1: Don't fight the Fed. Rule #2: Never forget Rule #1. It appears that the Federal Reserve has succeeded. Low absolute interest rates around the world have created... read more →
When it comes to investing for the long run, it is always better to make a few good investments and then sit on your assets. In practical terms, turnover in an investment portfolio or fund is loosely defined as the percentage of a portfolio's or fund's holdings that have changed... read more →
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