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Henry Hewitt

Henry Hewitt

Contributor since: 10 Oct 2018

Biography

Henry Hewitt is an investment strategist and portfolio manager with 36 years of experience in renewable energy. He is also a seasoned writer having published an investment newsletter for over ten years. He has been interviewed by CBS, the Wall Street Journal and appeared on PBS in conjunction with his investment expertise and performance track record. An Oxford graduate, as far as we know, he is the only 5-star fund manager in the world who has been involved in hands-on solar technology R&D for over 30 years. He sold the mutual fund he founded and managed to John Hancock in 2005. He lives on Puget Sound near Seattle.

  • Buy On The Cannons. Sell On The Trumpets.

    Published 10 October 2018 | viewed 3,709 times

    US Treasury 10-year yields recently hit seven year highs. In the case of bonds, getting high is not a good thing; it means that the…