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Why the dollar is the world’s reserve currency

February 10, 2023
Paul Horne
JPaul Horne

In response to Nouriel Roubini’s recent op-ed on why the USD was threatened by the likes of China, Russia and Saudi Arabia, GIC Board Member, Paul Horne published a letter in the financial times.

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ESG Backlash: The Great Political Pillow Fight of 2022*

February 1, 2023
Natalie Cohen
Natalie Cohen

GIC Member, Natalie Cohen, the President and founder of National Municipal Research, penned a blog post on ESG backlash.

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7 surprises from a visit to Cuba

January 23, 2023
Rick Newman
Rick Newman

Rick Newman, Senior Columnist for Yahoo! Finance, joined GIC's Delegation to Cuba from January 8 - January 12, 2023 and published a recap of the Delegation braking down seven surprises that he learned on the trip.

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Why Jeremy Siegel Is Cautiously Optimistic About 2023

December 22, 2022
Jeremy Siegel
Jeremy Siegel

GIC Member and College of Central Bankers Advisory Board Member, Jeremy Siegel, Ph.D., Russell E. Palmer Professor of Finance at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, discussed 2023 and the Federal Reserve with Knowledge at Wharton.

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NFIB & the Other Half of American Business

November 30, 2022
William Dunkelberg
William Dunkelberg

GIC Board Member, Holly Wade, Executive Director of the NFIB Research Center, and GIC Advisory Council Member, Bill Dunkelberg, discussed NFIB & the Other Half of American Business in a recent Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary, originally published on November 22, 2022.

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Jeremy Siegel: Why Stocks Will Remain Strong in the Long Run

November 7, 2022
Jeremy Siegel
Jeremy Siegel

GIC Member and College of Central Bankers Advisory Board Member, Jeremy Siegel, Ph.D., Russell E. Palmer Professor of Finance at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, shared insights from the sixth edition of his seminal book 'Stocks for the Long Run' at the Jacobs Levy Center’s Frontiers in Quantitative Finance Conference in September.

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Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary: ESG

October 25, 2022
David R. Kotok
David R. Kotok

In the latest Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary, David Kotok recapped GIC's latest program, Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance with Rowan University, held on October 14, 2022.

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America has to end its toxic tax debate

September 19, 2022
Paul Horne
JPaul Horne

Paul Horne, GIC Board Member and Active Independent International Market Economist, penned a letter in Financial Times in response to a recent Market Insights column, “A painful era of ‘spend but don’t tax’ faces investors.”

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GIC College of Central Bankers Perspectives

September 1, 2022
College of Central Bankers

A recent Op-ed in in Financial Times, Stop berating central banks and let them tackle inflation, was discussed amongst Fellows and Advisory Board members of the College of Central Bankers. We are pleased to share the thoughts below for your review and sincerely invite your comments.

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RiskBridge Advisors – Camp Kotok 2022

August 12, 2022
William Kennedy
William Kennedy, CFA

William Kennedy, CFA, GIC Chair and CEO, Chief Investment Officer, RiskBridge Advisors, LLC, penned a recap of Week 1 of Camp Kotok, taking place August 3-8, 2022 at Leen's Lodge in Grand Lake Stream, ME. Originally published by RiskBridge Advisors' RiskReport.

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Signature Event Summary — Long Covid: Research, Policy and Economic Impact

June 24, 2022
GIC Member Perspectives

On May 19, we hosted our Signature Event: Long Covid: Research, Policy, and Economic Impact. An outstanding array of thought-leaders, researchers, and practitioners explored critical insights into defining, diagnosing, and optimizing treatments and healthcare policies for Long Covid and post-infection diseases based on analyses of their impact on the U.S. and global labor markets.

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Yield Curve Control

June 16, 2022
David R. Kotok
David R. Kotok

David Kotok and Cumberland Advisors published an 80-page study pamphlet on yield curve control and its effects on global interest rates and recapped it in a recent Cumberland Advisors Commentary.

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