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DREIFUS UPDATE

May 30, 2014
When most of the country’s public television stations are running pledge weeks, we are revisiting Consuelo’s interview with a WEALTHTRACK Great Investor who made his name investing in small company stocks. Charlie Dreifus, the portfolio manager of the Royce Special Equity funds explains why he now favors large companies in today’s markets. Watch that episode here.

We tracked down Great Investor Charles Dreifus at the Munich airport for an update on his view of the stock market and large vs. small cap stocks in particular.
You might remember from previous WEALTHTRACK interviews that Dreifus, a Morningstar Domestic Stock Fund Manager of the Year has run the small and micro-cap focused Royce Special Equity Fund successfully for the last 16 years and that he convinced his boss, small-cap pioneer Chuck Royce to let him launch a large-cap focused fund, the Royce Special Equity Multi-Cap Fund in 2010.

STEVEN ROMICK: CONTRARIAN CASH

May 23, 2014

Great Investor, Steven Romick, Morningstar’s 2013 Asset Allocation Fund Manager of the Year has built up one of the largest cash hordes of his career in his FPA Crescent Fund. This noted contrarian says even with his broad investment mandate of investing in any asset class, in any market the bargains are few and far between. He discusses the opportunities he is finding in farmland, real estate loans and some selective stocks. Continue Reading »

CHUCK AKRE: COMPOUNDING MACHINE

May 16, 2014

Great Investor Chuck Akre explains how he finds “compounding machines” – companies that produce high rates of returns for shareholders. Chuck says these companies are few and far between, but once he finds them, he holds on to them. The Akre Focus Fund is rated 5-star by Morningstar and has delivered nearly 19% annualized returns since its inception. Continue Reading »

CHRIS DAVIS: IT’S ALL IN THE FAMILY

May 9, 2014

Third generation great investor, Chris Davis, shares the investment lessons passed on from his grandfather and father at The Davis Funds including the key concepts of owning businesses not stocks and focusing on long-term value not short-term expansion. Continue Reading »

ANDREW LO: FINANCIAL INNOVATION

May 2, 2014

Why do investors make stupid mistakes? Why do individuals consistently underperform the very funds they invest in? Are there strategies investors can follow to avoid self-destructive behavior? Those are some of the weighty questions Financial Thought Leader Andrew Lo is trying to answer from two vantage points, one as a professor of Finance at MIT and Director of its Laboratory for Financial Engineering, the other as strategist and fund manager at his firm AlphaSimplex Group. This week’s conversation will start with his most recent research project at MIT, titled “Artificial Stupidity”!  Continue Reading »

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