About Carl Delfeld

Carl Delfeld

Carl has been involved in international finance his entire career. After receiving his masters degree in law and diplomacy from the Tufts University Fletcher School, he worked for the First National Bank of Boston in London, serving as director of the Japan and South Korea Group. Carl has also developed business throughout Asia and Australia, working as vice president at the investment bank Robert W. Baird & Company. He was also an Asian advisor to the U.S. Congressional Joint Economic Committee, the U.S. Finance Committee and the U.S. Department of the Treasury. He also served as a member on the U.S. National Committee on Pacific Economic Cooperation and the Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission, and was chairman of the Asian Pension Forum. Besides the Cabot Wealth Network, Carl has written for several financial outlets, including Forbes Asia and the Far Eastern Economic Review. He is author of the book, Red, White & Bold; the New American Century.

Content by Carl Delfeld

2 Under-the-Radar Japanese Stocks to Buy

2 Under-the-Radar Japanese Stocks to Buy

John Templeton, dean of global investing, began his famed global stock-picking career scooping up ignored Japanese stocks in the 1960s. In the 1980s, when many thought Japan was an unstoppable  
Remembering Two Great American Business Leaders

Remembering Two Great American Business Leaders

They were both born in the 1920s, Ivy League educated scions of business families, intellectually curious and careful not to be ostentatious. They were also creative and ambitious businessmen who  
Investing in Monopoly isn’t Just for Kids

Investing in Monopoly isn’t Just for Kids

Growing up, our Monopoly games were rough and tumble. Tensions ran high because our attitude was a bit like the Kennedys – the difference between second place and last place was  
Robots (and This Stock) Are the Future

Robots (and This Stock) Are the Future

One of my favorite television series growing up was “The Jetsons.” The storyline was to imagine what life would be like a century later, in 2062. Here we are a bit  
Investing for the Future: Think Global

Investing for the Future: Think Global

In the next few years, expect a big change in stock market trends. In my constant search for great global stocks, international travel is a big part of my life.