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Adam Schrier, CFA, FRM

Director, Product Management, MainStay Investments

Adam Schrier is a Director of Product Management at MainStay Investments covering taxable fixed income and energy equity strategies. Previously, he worked as a Product Manager for high yield and emerging market debt at Invesco in New York.  Adam began his career in investment management at Morgan Stanley Investment Management where he was a Senior Associate on the Portfolio Manager Support team. Adam earned an MBA from the Stern School of Business at NYU and a BA in Economics from Rutgers University.  He is a CFA charterholder and certified FRM.

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Signs of Slower U.S. Growth on the Horizon

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The U.S. economic expansion, which began in 2009, is already one of the longest on record. This begs the question, how much longer can it last?

Balancing Risk and Reward in the High-Yield Market

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With a new year at hand, it’s a good time to reassess the high-yield market. We recently sat down with...

Floating Rate Loans—Slow and Steady Wins the Race

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One Investor’s Junk (Bond) Is Another’s Treasure

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Four Pillars of a Strong High-Yield Foundation

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Though the overall U.S. fixed-income market has been largely flat over the last 12 months, the high-yield bond market has been a solid performer.

Pairing Short Duration High Yield with Bank Loans

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Between bond purists and bank loan enthusiasts, there exists a little bit of rivalry. How do we settle this?

Looking Under the Hood of Convertibles’ Strong Results

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The stock market reached a new all-time high at the end of the third quarter. With the bull market now at...

MLPs: When Energy Sentiment Goes down the Pipe(line)

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Despite being in the energy business, commodity prices are not the primary driver of MLP fundamentals...