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    • NADEL & LOWE: VOLATILE OPPORTUNITIES

      December 19, 2014

      Despite the recent sell off in Russia, other oil exporting countries and emerging markets in general, the standard investment view has been that three of the BRICs – China, India and Brazil – are just too big and consequential to be ignored. This week’s guests concur. Kenneth Lowe, Portfolio Manager of the Matthews Asia Focus fund and the Matthews Asian Growth and Income fund, and David Nadel, Director of International Research for Royce & Associates and Portfolio Manager of several funds, including the Royce International Smaller-Companies fund, will discuss the opportunities they are seeing in Brazil, China and India.

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    • MCLENNAN: PATIENT INVESTING

      December 12, 2014

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      A next generation “Great Investor,” First Eagle Global Fund’s Matthew McLennan. First Eagle is known for its value-oriented, margin of safety approach and making preservation of capital its first investment goal. McLennan assumed the role of Portfolio Manager of the First Eagle Global Fund in late 2008 from investment legend, Jean-Marie Eveillard. The now $50 billion plus fund is rated four-star by Morningstar. Over the last five years, with McLennan on board, it is ranked in the top ten percent of its world allocation category. McLennan explains why he is currently finding markets around the world expensive, and why “patience” is his best investment idea.

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    • CLEMENTS: MONEY GUIDE

      December 5, 2014

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      As it’s pledge season on public television, this week on WEALTHTRACK we are re-visiting a program about the unique difficulties women face in achieving long-term financial security. Two award-winning financial advisors explain what every woman needs to know to build a financial plan to last a lifetime.

      New here on WEALTHTRACK.com this week: The Wall Street Journal’s must read personal finance columnist, Jonathan Clements has distilled twenty-five years of experience into one, soon to be published e-book and hard cover. His Jonathan Clements Money Guide 2015 will be finished and ready to go at the stroke of midnight on December 31st. There is much to celebrate.
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    • GARDNER ON 3D PRINTING

      November 28, 2014

      As it’s the fund-raising season on public television, we are re-airing a show about a hot investment area – alternative investments.

      Also this weekend, a web exclusive. Brothers Tom and David Gardner, Co-Founders of The Motley Fool, the largest online investment advisory service in the world are always on the lookout for exceptional companies to invest in for the long-term. But every once in a while a new technology comes along, with so much potential, that it’s hard to determine who the ultimate winners and losers will be.

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    • CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY?

      November 21, 2014

      It is winter fund raising season on public television which means that WEALTHTRACK might be pre-empted on your local television station.

      We are revisiting an exclusive interview we had with the Fairholme Fund’s Bruce Berkowitz this fall. Berkowitz is a Great Investor who always generates a great deal of interest and controversy because of his deep value and extremely “concentrated” investment approach. This time was no exception!

      For our online viewers we are tackling one of the most debated issues in business, what is the primary responsibility of corporations? Is it to maximize shareholder value as it is now, or also serve the interests of other stakeholders including customers, suppliers, employees and the community?

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