From Streettalk Off The Street January 9, 2013 - 10:11am
ADVISOR PERSPECTIVES/DOUG SHORT
January 8, 2013
By: Joseph Dedona
We recently sat down with world-renowned money manager Felix Zulauf to get his view on global markets. Felix discusses the European debt crisis, the rebound in Chinese equities, the recent Japanese election and its impact on their markets, the U.S. markets in light of our fiscal issues, and much more.
Felix Zulauf was born in 1950 in Switzerland. He started his career started in 1971 as a trader for the Swiss Bank Corporation where he mastered research and portfolio management at leading investment banks in France, Switzerland and USA. After that he worked at UBS Switzerland where between 1977 and 1988 he was the manager of UBS's global mutual funds, and a leader of the institutional portfolio management division. In 1990, he started his own hedge fund "Zulauf Asset Management," where he continues to serve as President.
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