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Jeremy Glaser

Jeremy Glaser is a stock analyst covering hotel management companies and real estate investment trusts. He joined Morningstar in February 2006 after graduating with honors from the University of Chicago with a bachelor of arts in economics.


During market uncertainty, focus on investment costs and tax management, and use volatility as an opportunity, says Baird's Mary Ellen Stanek.

Three China watchers at Morningstar's ETF Conference discussed what's behind the current volatility, what's next for the country's economy, and if investors should take a long-term stake.

The depth of the market sell-off isn’t justified by the data out of China, but that doesn't mean stocks look cheap today, says Morningstar’s Francisco Torralba.

July’s jobs report supports a rate hike in September, but a weak August number could derail the central bank’s plans, says Morningstar’s Bob Johnson.

The second quarter’s GDP report underscored that consumer spending and residential investing will be the primary drivers of growth in the U.S. as business investment remains anemic, says Morningstar’s Bob Johnson.