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TIAA-CREF: Principles & Perspectives for Weathering Volatile Times
In his third quarter commentary, Brett Hammond, TIAA-CREF’s Chief Investment Strategist, provides his insights into recent market volatility and legislation, and explains some general principles that can help you manage your portfolio through these challenging times.
Click here to watch Brett’s market commentary, which includes valuable information on:
- The Markets in Flux
- Managing Your Portfolio through Challenging Times
- TIAA-CREF’s Strength and Stability
For more information on how TIAA-CREF can help you stay on track during volatile times, visit tiaa-cref.org
Brett Hammond is managing director of investment strategy for TIAA-CREF Asset Management. His group is responsible for asset allocation modeling and institutional advising, economic and market commentary, and investment product and portfolio research. Within TIAA-CREF, he was previously responsible for performance attribution modeling, played an influential role in the creation of the company’s inflation-linked bond and life cycle funds, and conducted pension research. Prior to TIAA-CREF, Dr. Hammond held positions at the National Academy of Sciences, UCLA, and UC Berkeley. He received a Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and A.B. degrees in economics and political science from the University of California at Santa Cruz.
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