Michael Gayed

Michael A. Gayed, CFA, is chief investment strategist and co-portfolio manager at Pension Partners, LLC., an investment adviser which manages a mutual fund and separate accounts according to its ATAC (Accelerated Time and Capital) strategies focused on inflation rotation. Prior to this role, Gayed served as a portfolio manager for a large international investment group, trading long/short investment ideas in an effort to capture excess returns. From 2004 to 2008, Gayed was a strategist at AmeriCap Advisers LLC, a registered investment advisory firm that managed equity portfolios for large institutional clients. In 2007, he launched his own long/short hedge fund, using various trading strategies focused on taking advantage of stock market anomalies. Follow him on Twitter @pensionpartners and YouTube at youtube.com/pensionpartners.

Recent Articles By The Author

Dollar Should Weather the Storm

Dollar Should Weather the Storm

Despite the soft economic data of late, the greenback should stand firm. Here's why.

Jockeying for the Weakest Currency

Jockeying for the Weakest Currency

The quantitative easing battle between the U.K. and Japan has begun.

China's Aussie-Dollar Influence

China's Aussie-Dollar Influence

The prospecting for renewed growth in China can affect the Aussie more than anything the RBA does.

Anxious Times for India Investors

Anxious Times for India Investors

With a potential new law on tap to collect retroactive capital gains taxes, the rupee could take a tumble.

The BoJ Is Out of Bullets

The BoJ Is Out of Bullets

The yen's strong correlation to U.S. Treasuries seems to be buoying that currency despite aggressive action by the Japanese central bank.

Trouble by the Pound

Trouble by the Pound

The British currency may be a loser in the fight for monetary stimulus.

Euro Bear? Short Emerging Currencies

Euro Bear? Short Emerging Currencies

Consider if the ration trend is just starting on its own upward trajectory.

Brazil Gets Real About the Real

Brazil Gets Real About the Real

The emerging-market nation is intent on creating a bear market for its currency.

India Rate Cut Looks Bad for Rupee

India Rate Cut Looks Bad for Rupee

I suspect further declines are likely despite the RBI dampening expectations for further cuts.

An Interesting Juncture for the Renminbi

An Interesting Juncture for the Renminbi

China's currency is on the rise vs. the dollar, and the wider trading band could well speed the process.