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KEN HEEBNER: GREAT CONTRARIAN INVESTOR

April 18, 2014

Capital Growth Management’s Ken Heebner is known for his big investment bets and stock trading prowess. What does CGM Focus fund’s legendary portfolio manager think of so called high-frequency, computer driven trading? Which unloved stocks is he investing in now and why is he closely monitoring developments in the Ukraine? He’ll answer those questions and more. Continue Reading »

ROBERT ARNOTT: A BETTER MOUSETRAP?

April 11, 2014

Is there such a thing as a better mouse trap? This week’s Financial Thought Leader guest has created an alternative to traditional index funds. Instead of being based on market capitalization or stock price, his Fundamental Index® approach measures fundamentals such as sales, profits, and dividends to determine the weight securities have in his indexes. Research Affiliates Chairman and CEO Robert Arnott explains why fundamentals can make a big difference. Continue Reading »

CLEMENTS & ZWEIG: GREATEST FINANCIAL CHALLENGES

April 4, 2014

The Wall Street Journal’s two top personal finance journalists, Jonathan Clements and Jason Zweig, both now at The Wall Street Journal tackle the three greatest financial challenges facing Americans. Continue Reading »

DAVID WINTERS: A DIFFERENT DRUMMER

March 28, 2014

More often than not, WEALTHTRACK guests march to the beat of a different drum. Wintergreen Fund’s David Winters, a value investor who describes himself as the opposite of an index hugger, has more than 60% of his portfolio invested in companies based overseas and has recently taken a stand against Coca Cola management and Warren Buffett! Continue Reading »

ED PERKS: A GREAT INCOME INVESTOR

March 21, 2014

A reliable and decent source of income is hard to find but this week’s guest runs the venerable Franklin Income Fund, which has paid a monthly dividend since 1948. Perks, whose fund can invest in stocks, bonds, and other income producing investments, will tell us where he is finding the best income now. Continue Reading »

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