Stocks: Back to the U.S.A. –a look at the week ahead for markets. By Alexandra Twin, senior writer May 24, 2010: 8:43 AM ET “Everyone’s nervous right now,” said Will Hepburn, chief investment officer at Hepburn Capital Management. “We’re seeing things unfold in Europe similar to the credit crisis we had here,” he said. “Everyone’s looking at this unfold and is deciding to stand on the
Why we’ll skip a double-dip By Jessica Toonkel Marquez May 23, 2010 6:01 am ET “I don’t think we’ve got a double-dip recession because we’re starting to pull out of the [economic] nose dive we were in,” said Will Hepburn, founder of Hepburn Capital Management LLC, which has $30 million under management.
Haves and Have-Nots Weigh In on the 60% Threshold: When Stop-Loss Fails by MARY PILONWednesday, May 12, 2010 Will Hepburn of Hepburn Capital Management LLC in Prescott, Ariz., said he prefers to enter stop-loss trades manually for his 85 separate accounts for high-net worth individuals and institutions. Because of the speed of the crash and the rebound, he didn’t have time to enter trades. “I
Stocks slipped Wednesday, as two-session advance lost steam after a weak reading on the services sector of the economy and a mixed reading on the labor market unsettled investors. By Alexandra Twin, senior writer February 3, 2010: 6:02 PM ET …”The tone of the market is not as good right now as it was last year,” said Will Hepburn, chief investment officer at Hepburn Capital Management”
The Great Recession pointed out the flaws of adhering solely to a buy-and-hold strategy. A new study released Nov. 16 by Hepburn Capital Management LLC may offer a better approach.