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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

Are Bonds a Bargain Buy?

Let's look at the bull case for fixed income -- and why I'm still betting that rates keep rising.

Afraid of Inflation? I've Got Some 'TIPS' on What Not to Do

Tip No. 1: Beware of Treasury inflation-protected securities. Let me explain.

Fed Meeting Begins and Ends With Inflated Expectations

We're starting to really learn what Average Inflation Targeting means and what it would take for rate hikes.

Don't Let False Inflationary Risks Fool You

What really drives increases in prices and what forces should you actually fret over? Here's how I would frame inflation risks, full employment and rate hikes.

4 Important Takeaways From the February Jobs Report

Here's why we're probably multiple years from a Fed rate hike.

Does the Fed Have a Credibility Problem?

The Fed is saying they won't hike, but with recent moves in eurodollar futures, the market is saying 'we don't believe you.'

Here Are the 3 Scenarios I See for Rates

Let's see what it would take for inflation pressure to keep building and for the Fed to start hiking -- and what both would mean for investors.

What the Spike in Treasury Yields Means for Stocks and Other Markets

If rates are going to keep rising from here, both of these things need to happen.

What Will It Take for the Fed to Tell Inflation to Take a Hike?

As the Consumer Price Index for January landed softly and all eyes are on inflation, let's see how the Fed is responding and what to watch for bonds and other securities.

Why the January Jobs Report Isn't as Bad as It Looks

This employment report wasn't great, but it wasn't all bad either.

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