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PREMIUM: BRUGÈRE-TRÉLAT & TRENNERT

July 7, 2016

BREXIT’S LONG-TERM CONSEQUENCES

Brexit, Britain’s decision to leave the European Union has long term economic and market consequences. What are they?  Franklin Mutual European Fund manager, Philippe Brugere-Trelat and leading strategist, Jason Trennert of Strategas Research Partners weigh in.

PREMIUM: BRYANT QUINN

June 30, 2016

MAKING YOUR MONEY LAST

Personal finance guru Jane Bryant Quinn discusses the topic of her new book, How to Make Your Money Last: The Indispensable Retirement Guide, with a particular emphasis on helping women, who live longer with less financial security than men.

PREMIUM: ROYCE

June 22, 2016

SMALL COMPANY VALUE

An exclusive interview with small cap stock pioneer Chuck Royce who says small, top quality companies are selling at bargain prices.

PREMIUM: TRAHAN

June 15, 2016

VOLATILE MARKETS

A WEALTHTRACK exclusive with Wall Street’s number one ranked strategist. Cornerstone Macro’s François Trahan explains how to make money in an increasingly volatile and difficult market.

PREMIUM: UNSUSTAINABLE HOUSEHOLD DEBT?

June 8, 2016
As it’s the final week of the spring fund-raising season on Public Television, on-air we are revisiting a show about the challenges women face in retirement, and the best strategies for women to overcome them. Evercore Wealth Management’s Jewelle Bickford explains how she empowers women clients to take charge of their financial futures. Watch this episode again.
Are consumers dangerously close to their debt level tipping point? That’s what the latest study by CardHub implies. In its quarterly assessment of household credit card debt, the credit card comparison service found that although consumers paid down nearly $27 billion in the first-quarter, it was the smallest first-quarter pay down since 2008 and covers only a third of the $71 billion in card debt added last year.

According to CardHub these levels are unsustainable and puts us on a track to have a record $1 trillion in outstanding balances by year end.

If your debt levels are getting you down, CardHub has some excellent tips for debt reduction as well.

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