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Anuradha Gaggar, CFA, FRM

Anuradha Gaggar, CFA®, FRM®, is a senior analyst in the Investment Management and Research group at Commonwealth Financial Network®, member FINRA/SIPC, the nation's largest privately held Registered Investment Adviser–independent broker/dealer. She joined the firm in January 2013 and is responsible for manager evaluation, manager selection, and dissemination of research in the international and emerging markets asset classes. She graduated from Boston College with an MS in finance and also earned an MBA in finance from NMIMS in Mumbai. Anu is a CFA® charterholder and holds the Financial Risk Management® (FRM®) designation and the FINRA Series 7 securities registration.

Recent Posts

The Importance of Investing in Financial Literacy

April 8, 2021

“The number one problem in today’s generation and economy is the lack of financial literacy.” Alan Greenspan

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A Sober Outlook for Emerging Market Debt

March 25, 2021

Today's post is from Anu Gaggar, senior investment research analyst.

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Optimistic Outlook for Emerging Markets in 2021?

March 18, 2021

Today's post is from Anu Gaggar, senior investment research analyst.

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Why Printing Money May Not Create Inflation

February 17, 2021

Today's post is from Anu Gaggar, senior investment research analyst.

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Embracing America’s Colorful Future

December 29, 2020

Today's post is from Anu Gaggar, senior investment research analyst on our Investment Management and Research team.

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Peak Globalization or Peak “Chinaization”?

November 4, 2020

Brad here. As my colleague Anu Gaggar reflects below, we’ve seen many pandemic-inspired obituaries for globalization during this year’s crisis. She asks: Will COVID be the last nail in the globalization coffin? Or will global trade continue to evolve? Over to you, Anu!

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Dethroning of King Dollar?

August 18, 2020

Brad here. Today’s post on the recent volatility of the U.S. dollar comes from Anu Gaggar, senior analyst on the Investment Management and Research team here at Commonwealth. Take it away, Anu.

Not too long ago, Brad wrote that the dollar is not going away. While that may be true, we are seeing considerable volatility in its value. What’s going on—and what does it mean for your investments? Of course, there is no crystal ball to answer such questions, but we can certainly take a deeper dive to better understand what is happening and how to deal with it.

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