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Marc P. Seidner

Mr. Seidner is a managing director and generalist portfolio manager in the Newport Beach office. Prior to joining PIMCO in 2009, he was a managing director and domestic fixed income portfolio manager at Harvard Management Company. He previously held portfolio management roles at Standish Mellon Asset Management and Fidelity Management and Research. He has 26 years of investment experience and holds an undergraduate degree in economics from Boston College.
PIMCO Perspectives

In this PIMCO Perspectives, we examine how the return of elevated bond yields comes at an opportune time to consider shifting out of cash.

Economic and Market Commentary

As central banks eye cutting rates, investors seeking higher returns may consider extending maturities beyond traditional cash investments to lock in today’s high bond yields – and potentially benefit from price appreciation, too.

Economic and Market Commentary

Marc Seidner, CIO Non-Traditional Strategies, shares his views on where investors can find relative value opportunities today amid fast-evolving markets.

PIMCO Perspectives

This PIMCO Perspectives assesses how the term premium’s 40-year downturn could start to reverse.

Economic and Market Commentary

Watch Dr. Ben Bernanke, the former Fed chair who navigated the central bank through the Great Recession and now is a senior advisor at PIMCO, and Marc Seidner, PIMCO’s CIO of nontraditional strategies, discuss how central banks may shape global monetary policy in 2024 and what it all means for investors.

Economic and Market Commentary

Explore various ways investors can take advantage of today’s higher bond yields and attractive return potential.

Economic and Market Commentary

In these highly uncertain times, bonds now offer investors attractive yields, plus diversification and capital appreciation potential.

Economic and Market Commentary

Strength in employment and inflation has caused markets to raise the implied terminal rate while still expecting the Fed to normalize policy – which is different from easing – in 2024

Economic and Market Commentary

How we’re thinking about investing against a backdrop of inflation uncertainty, geopolitical tension, and likely recession.

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