Christopher W. Marx

Christopher W. Marx

Portfolio Manager—Equities

21 Years at AB
27 Years of experience

Christopher W. Marx is Portfolio Manager of Equities. He works with clients across a range of equity services and also serves as an advisory member on the Strategic Core investment team. In 2011 he cofounded the Global, International and US Strategic Core Equity portfolios with Kent Hargis. Marx joined the firm in 1997 as a research analyst covering a variety of industries both domestically and internationally, including chemicals, metals, retail and consumer staples. He became part of the portfolio-management team in 2004. Prior to joining the firm, Marx spent six years as a consultant for Deloitte & Touche and Boston Consulting Group. He holds a BA in economics from Harvard University and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Location: New York

Market Sell-Off Shows Risk Is a Moving Target
Beyond the FAANGs: Technology Stocks and Downside Protection
Temperature Check for Equity Valuations
Defying Disruption: Three Ways to Profit
Staying Even-Keeled in Equity Market Crosswinds
Rising Rates Open New Vistas for Stock Pickers
Finding Stability when Stability Is Expensive
Hey, You, Get Off of My Crowd!

Hey, You, Get Off of My Crowd!

by Chris Marx
Many equity investors are hunting for income, which is making some stocks very expensive. That doesn’t mean that seeking income is a bad thing, but you shouldn’t be overpaying for it. We think there are better, less crowded, places to find what you’re looking for.

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The Upside of Less Downside

The Upside of Less Downside

by Chris Marx
With investing, everyone likes to focus on the upswings to their portfolios. But watch those downturns! You may do more for reaching your long-term goals with practicing what we call “winning by not losing,” which is the essence of upside/downside capture.

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A Sensible Diet for Safety Seekers
Investing and the Elephant in the Low-Growth Room
The Building Blocks of Investing Nirvana
What Facebook Can Teach Us About Passive Investing

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