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Key Takeaways & Insights

The current bull market is the longest in history. But is it the strongest? Tom Cohn shares his perspective in our latest investment commentary.


  • Investors might have the wrong impression about the nature of the current cycle.
  • The true bull market in everything was the cycle leading up to the global financial crisis.
  • Unconventional monetary policy only explains part of asset returns in the past 10 years

Meet the Author

Tom Cohn


Tom is a Partner in the New York office and has nearly ten years of experience in various investment management roles. He is a member of the Investment Committee, Investment Manager Selection Sub-Committee, the Compliance Sub-Committee and the Performance Monitoring Sub-Committee.

Before joining Cerity Partners, Tom served as an Investment Analyst at Spero-Smith Investment Advisers where he was responsible for the due diligence and analysis of third-party managers and assisted in global market and asset allocation research. Prior to joining Spero-Smith, Tom worked as a Registered Investment Advisor in Syracuse, NY, where he researched a factor-based investment strategy. He started his career as an analyst in the Corporate Debt Products group at Bank of America in Boston, where he worked on a team that managed the bank’s exposure to a portfolio of middle market and multinational companies.

Tom earned a Masters of Business Administration from the S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. At Johnson, he served as a portfolio manager on the Cayuga Fund, a student-run, market-neutral hedge fund. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Boston University. Tom holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation.

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