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FIFTY YEARS IN WALL STREET

August 4, 2017
During this first of several public broadcasting pledge weeks we are revisiting two retirement income specialists, Professor Jamie Hopkins and Financial Advisor, Steven Earhart shows us how to create our own paycheck in retirement. Watch this episode again here.

NEW THIS WEEK: Slide rules, paper stock tickers, “brackets on which to rest one’s lit cigar?” Those were all features of life on Wall Street fifty years ago. During this week’s fund raising drive on public television, we are sharing those reminiscences and others from Financial Thought Leader, historian, and journalist James Grant, Editor of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer. You can find his autobiographical essay, recently published in his newsletter and if you are interested, there is information on subscribing to it yourself. Continue Reading »

LONG TIME BARON OPPORTUNITY FUND’S PORTFOLIO MANAGER ON WHERE HE IS INVESTING FOR HIGH GROWTH

July 28, 2017

Finding high growth stocks in a low growth world with Baron Opportunity fund’s Michael Lippert.
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TWO AWARD WINNING BOND MANAGERS EXPLAIN WHY LOW INTEREST RATES & SUBDUED INFLATION WILL KEEP THE ECONOMIC RECOVERY ON TRACK AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR INVESTORS

July 21, 2017

Finding rare sources of income in a low income world with Brandywine Global’s Stephen Smith and Western Asset Management’s John Bellows.
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GREAT VALUE INVESTOR & GLOBAL BRAND NAME INVESTMENT SPECIALIST, THOMAS RUSSO, SHARES HIS CURRENT STRATEGIES

July 14, 2017

In a rare interview, great value investor Tom Russo explains why the ability to say no and the capacity to suffer are key to investment success.
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BURTON MALKIEL WROTE “A RANDOM WALK DOWN WALL STREET” IN ‘73. HAVE HIS VIEWS CHANGED?

July 7, 2017

Legendary economist and financial thought leader, Burton Malkiel shares investment lessons learned more than four decades after writing his classic book, A Random Walk Down Wall Street.
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