Meet Chuck Jaffe, Host of the NAVigator Podcast

Chuck Jaffe, host of Money Life, is a veteran financial journalist and formerly nationally syndicated financial columnist whose work appeared in newspapers from coast to coast.
Chuck started Money Life in 2012, the nation’s most-authoritative business and financial radio show/podcast, talking with top experts every day to cut through the financial clutter and bring you information that will increase your confidence and put you in better control of both your money and your life.
Total of Podcasts: 207
26May, 2023

BlueBay’s Farley on zagging while the credit market zigs

Duncan Farley, portfolio manager at BlueBay Asset Management -- which runs the BlueBay Destra International Event-Driven Credit Fund -- discusses how his fund produced a 20-plus percent gain during one of the worst years ever for the...

19May, 2023

Calamos’ Freund: Rates could be as range-bound as stocks for a while

Matt Freund, co-chief investment officer/head of fixed-income strategies at Calamos Investments, says he expects interest rates to settle in and remain stable for quite a while before trending down; he expects more volatility in longer-term bonds, which will make it harder for investors...

12May, 2023

Kayne’s Baker: Energy industry is well set up for the next five years

Jim Baker, managing partner and co-head of energy infrastructure at Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors, says that the energy transition -- the push away from traditional fossil fuels towards renewable sources -- will take decades, creating a long-term megatrend in the energy business.

14Apr, 2023

Abrdn’s Mondillo on the muni market’s year of wild swings

Jonathan Mondillo, head of North American fixed income for abrdn says that 2023 has been a year of wild moves in the municipal bond market, performing well in January before selling off in one of the worst months of February ever, setting up a March rebound until the banking crisis hit.

10Apr, 2023

John Cole Scott on private equity’s increasing role in closed-end investing

John Cole Scott, president of Closed-End Fund Advisors, discusses how and why investors might pursue private equity and debt using closed-end funds, noting that expansion of the industry and changes in structure adding share classes have made private, alternative investments much more accessible for investors.