Asset Allocators – William Gurtin

Published on
November 20th, 2015
26 minutes

Asset Allocators – William Gurtin

The Interview ·
Featuring William Gurtin

Published on: November 20th, 2015 • Duration: 26 minutes

William Gurtin, CEO of Gurtin Fixed Income, continues the Asset Allocators series, discussing how liquidity can bring either great opportunity or great risk, the hidden gems in the municipal bond market which lay untouched by large institutions, and his own investment strategies for pursuing special opportunities when they arise.


  • my
    markettaker y.
    19 August 2018 @ 01:20
    Would have been helpful to know how he ensures the paper he's buying is not going to go BK.
  • FT
    Frank T.
    9 January 2016 @ 20:02
    These have historically been for high tax bracket investors. You have to factor in the tax savings and risk associated in ROI. Ironic that he has that alpha hands on approach, much like myself.
  • WM
    Will M.
    23 November 2015 @ 21:15
    Very good interview indeed. I know little about munis and this was a good primer for the topic.
  • TJ
    Terry J.
    22 November 2015 @ 18:02
    Highly instructuve and an excellent introduction to those of us like me who know little of the muni bond universe.
  • MM
    Matthew M.
    21 November 2015 @ 21:41
    Good very general overview of the muni bond asset class
  • ma
    mary a.
    21 November 2015 @ 02:20
    "munies are a luxury few people can afford' old mentor of mine let me that legacy
  • SP
    Steve P.
    20 November 2015 @ 21:21
    Great bond backgound. Very good general outline of investing strategies and how opportunity can present itself during periods of financial turmoil . Thnx RV
  • SS
    Sam S.
    20 November 2015 @ 14:56
    I'm not very knowledgeable on bonds so this talk really provided some basics to how complex bond issuance really is. Such complexities equal higher risk. Thank you.
  • GB
    Gary B.
    20 November 2015 @ 14:16
    He is spot on about most all of his comments on the muni bond mkt. There are lots of possible land mines in offering docs of some issues. Good interview.