February 27, 2015
Public television is holding its winter fund raising drives for the next few weeks so we are revisiting our annual exclusive outlook for the economy, business, policy and markets with Evercore ISI’s Chairman, Ed Hyman. You can watch this episode again here.

NEW THIS WEEK: Legendary value investor, Jean-Marie Eveillard has stepped down from active portfolio management at First Eagle Funds but he hasn’t withdrawn from critiquing central bankers and Wall Street. In our recent, exclusive interview he talked about some of the biggest changes in the economic and financial landscape and some things that never change. He begins with the Federal Reserve’s unprecedented monetary policies. Continue Reading »


February 20, 2015

Despite widespread warnings to the contrary, veteran financial planner and investment advisor Jonathan Pond believes no matter what your age or circumstances you can take steps to get your financial house in order and achieve a comfortable retirement. Continue Reading »


February 13, 2015

What are the biggest financial game changers of this decade?  The unprecedented cycle of global central bank easing and low interest rates? The dramatic decline in oil prices? Fort Washington Advisors’ Nick Sargen discusses the economic and market moving shifts in energy, inflation and central bank policy – and what they mean for investors. Continue Reading »


February 6, 2015

An exclusive interview with legendary value investor Jean-Marie Eveillard, who was named Morningstar’s International Manager of the Year in 2001 and received its first Fund Manager Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003. A self-described value investor for 50 years, he is known for his meticulous stock research, cautious, contrarian views and emphasis on avoiding lasting losses for his shareholders. He’s able to share his personal views on investing, the markets and strategy now that he has retired from active management and is Senior Advisor at First Eagle Funds. Continue Reading »


January 30, 2015

Americans are known for their generosity.  From the earliest days of the republic, charitable giving was an integral part of American culture. That impulse to join together and contribute to the well-being of society is alive and well today.  Over 95% of all U.S. households give to charity. In 2013 Americans gave $335 billion, close to an all-time high.
This week on WEALTHTRACK we take a look at how the world of charitable giving is changing.  Two heads of leading philanthropies, Jed Bernstein of Lincoln Center and Jack Lund of the YMCA of Greater New York discuss how organizations are adapting to new societal needs and donor demands. Continue Reading »

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