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Commentary and analysis from senior members of our global investment team, with an introduction from Global Co-CIO John P. Calamos. Sr.
In “Navigating the Oil Slick,” Global Co-CIOs John P. Calamos, Sr. and Gary Black consider the impacts of falling commodity prices and likely Fed actions. They explain why the Calamos investment team believes that economic growth can continue in 2015, with further advances in the equity markets.
John Calamos, Sr. discusses the global markets on CNBC, live from the Milken Institute London Conference.
Global Co-CIO Gary Black reviews current valuations, opportunities and potential risks in the market.
In "Despite Volatility, This Bull Is Likely to Charge Higher," Global Co-CIOs John P. Calamos, Sr. and Gary Black analyze recent volatility, the positive factors supporting the economy and market and why they believe stocks can reach new highs.
John Calamos, Sr. shares his thoughts on recent market volatility with Kelly Evans on CNBC’s Closing Bell.
John Calamos, Sr. discusses opportunities the firm sees in growth equities.
An Active Approach to Emerging Markets Investing
John P. Calamos, Sr. explains why core convertibles allocations may be the answer to investing in a rising, but still volatile, equity market.
Calamos offers two dedicated emerging market equity strategies that leverage our investment team's research insights and our growth investment philosophy.
Co-Portfolio Nick Niziolek speaks to the Calamos team’s optimism about the longer-term prospects for Japanese equities.
Afraid to be in the markets, but afraid to be out? John P. Calamos, Sr. discusses how to invest in this volatile environment and the potential of lower-volatility equity approaches.
Although falling oil prices signal global economic weakness, U.S. stocks are likely to move higher next year, according to Global Co-CIO Gary Black.
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