Michael Sivy

Michael Sivy is a Chartered Financial Analyst and a former securities analyst for an independent stock research firm. He was an investment columnist at Money for more than 23 years as well as a guest columnist for TIME's international edition. Sivy has appeared as a stock-market commentator on television, including the networks ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, CNBC, CNN and MSNBC. In addition, he has been heard on NPR's All Things Considered, PRI's Marketplace and on the CBS Radio network. He is the author of Michael Sivy's Rules of Investing: How to Pick Stocks Like a Pro. Born in Manhattan, Sivy holds B.A. and M.A. degrees in classics from Columbia University, and studied theology at Oxford University and Yale Divinity School. He is a member of Sons of the Revolution and the Order of St. John and lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y.

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The Limitations of Looking at the Big Picture

On Wednesday, the World Economic Forum will gather on a pretty mountain in the Swiss village of Davos. Immortalized as the Magic Mountain in Thomas Mann’s classic novel about a tuberculosis sanatorium, Davos today attracts those

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