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PREMIUM: MILLER

April 6, 2017

INDEPENDENT INVESTOR

Legendary investor Bill Miller has always been an independent thinker and investor with a 100% “active share” in his funds, as different from any benchmark index as you can be. He is also now his own boss, having recently purchased 100% of his fund business from his long time employer Legg Mason and establishing his own investment advisory firm, Miller Value Partners. His two funds now bear his name and carry on his contrarian tradition of concentrated holdings in largely unloved stocks. His flagship Miller Opportunity Trust was the number one U.S. stock fund for the five year period ended in 2016. In a rare interview Miller gives his rationale for some of his most controversial holdings, including Valeant Pharmaceuticals.

PREMIUM: EARHART & HOPKINS

March 29, 2017

PERSONAL RETIREMENT PAYCHECK

Two retirement income specialists, Professor Jamie Hopkins and Financial Advisor, Steven Earhart show us how to create our own paycheck in retirement.

PREMIUM: ROGERS

March 22, 2017

INVESTMENT LESSONS

In a WEALTHTRACK exclusive,T. Rowe Price’s Brian Rogers shares the investment lessons learned over a three decade career running an award winning mutual fund and a decade managing the firm and its investment strategies. Near the top of the list are why humility is so important to successful investing and why over confidence is an investor’s greatest challenge.

PREMIUM: GENDER DIVERSITY

March 9, 2017
On television this week, we look back at Part 2 of our exclusive interview with Wall Street’s number one economist Ed Hyman and top global investor Matthew McLennan, we look at the dramatic financial changes occurring around the world and what they mean for business and investors.You can watch it here.

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PREMIUM: PASSIVE WIN

March 2, 2017
During public television’s fund raising drive we are revisiting our exclusive two part annual outlook with Ed Hyman, Wall Street’s # 1 ranked economist for a record 36 years. He and five-star rated mutual fund manager Matthew McLennan discuss how much the financial world has changed and what it means for the U.S. economy and markets. You can watch it again here
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