Greg S. Young, CFA

Greg S. Young, CFA

Senior Portfolio Manager

13 Years at AB
29 Years of experience

Greg S. Young is a Senior Portfolio Manager and a Senior Vice President in the Dallas office. He is a member of Bernstein’s Private Client Investment Policy Group, which provides asset allocation, investment and risk management advice for high-net-worth clients, endowments and foundations. Prior to joining the firm, Greg was a principal and a senior consultant for Mercer Investment Consulting for 10 years, advising corporate pension plans and other large institutional clients on asset allocation and manager selection. Previously, he spent five years with AMR Investments serving first as an associate fixed income portfolio manager of cash and money market portfolios and later as a senior pension analyst on American Airlines’ pension plans. Greg earned a BA in economics from Baylor University and an MBA from the Edwin L. Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst charterholder and a member of the Dallas Society of Financial Analysts.

The Staying Power of Commercial Real Estate

The Staying Power of Commercial Real Estate

by Greg Young
The US is approaching the longest economic recovery in history, and some investors are worried that a slowdown is on the horizon and the commercial real estate cycle is nearing an end. We agree that an economic slowdown will happen at some point, but think that it matters less for long-term investors in private commercial real estate.

Alternatives, Real Estate


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Grocery and Tech Say “I Do!”
Retail and Tech Say “I Do!”
Clean Up in Aisle 7: Change Is Sweeping Across Grocery
Retailer’s Reality: Adapt or Die
Redefining Retail

Redefining Retail

by Greg Young
Retailers have endured their share of disruption over the years, with neighborhood stores losing out to department stores like Sears and Kmart, who were displaced by mass retailers such as Walmart. Now e-commerce is the reigning champion. But this shift seems different and it has many wondering if traditional retail will survive.

Disruption, Wealth Planning


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Waking from Hibernation, Will Inflation Roar to Life?
Don’t Look to Energy MLPs for Stable, High Income

Don’t Look to Energy MLPs for Stable, High Income

by Greg Young
Oil and gas master limited partnerships (MLPs) have overpromised and underdelivered. Long-prized for delivering stable high income and strong total returns, they have failed on both counts for the last three years. Despite the partial recovery in oil prices so far in 2017, we believe investors should look elsewhere for high-income growth.

Wealth Planning


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