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Tom Graff

Tom is a Head of Fixed Income and a Portfolio Manager at Brown Advisory, overseeing more than $6 billion in bond portfolios in both mutual funds and separate accounts. He has spent over 20 years in the fixed income business, concentrating on macroeconomic analysis. Prior to joining Brown Advisory, Tom was a managing director at Cavanaugh Capital Management. He served as a portfolio manager and was responsible for trading, analysis and management of taxable fixed income portfolios.

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Recent Articles By The Author

We Can Fix the Liquidity Crunch, But Can't Avoid the Economy Crunch

Action in a lot of these other securities only makes sense if there is a liquidity squeeze going on.

The Fed Goes All In: What It All Means and How It Will Shape the Markets

Here's how the central bank's actions might help.

Want to Slow the Pain of Covid-19? Here's How

Here's my take on bonds and the economy amid the coronavirus outbreak, which policies would work -- and what to considering buying now.

Jobs and Coronavirus: What Investors Should Be Watching Going Forward

During the Financial Crisis, the bailouts were politically toxic. Today, not providing this kind of stimulus will be politically toxic.

Fed Cut Begs the Questions: Why a Half Point and Why Now?

Let's break down the move and what it could mean -- and what the Fed just won't be able to help as the coronavirus spreads.

A Domino-Effect Scenario for How the Coronavirus Could Impact the Global Economy

Here's a framework for analyzing incoming information as the disease spreads across the globe.

Here's Why We're Focused on Higher Quality Bonds

We're also focused on buying bonds that can survive a bad downturn. This gives us a game plan going into a recession.

Unpacking Jobs Numbers, Fed Intentions, Coronavirus

Those employment numbers don't look so rosy after all -- and here's why Europe will feel the virus' effect before we do, and what's up with the Fed.

4 Important Takeaways From the January Jobs Report

What the latest numbers mean for the Fed, interest rates and bonds.

What's the 'Right' Level for Treasury Bonds?

In some scenarios, the 10-year is actually cheap at 1.65%; here's why.

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