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ROBERTS: FULL EMPLOYMENT

February 24, 2017

FULL EMPLOYMENT

Mackay Shields’ award winning fund manager, Dan Roberts told WealthTrack that the Trump economic agenda of tax cuts, infrastructure spending and regulatory roll backs is indeed stimulative but is not going to have as big an impact as the bulls believe. A major reason: the state of the labor participation rate.

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BILL AND MELINDA GATES: PHILANTHROPY WITH AN IMPACT

February 17, 2017

BILL AND MELINDA GATES: PHILANTHROPY WITH AN IMPACT

“The best investment any of us can ever make is in the lives of others.”
Bill and Melinda Gates wrote a message worth sharing with WealthTrack viewers in their annual Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation letter. It is the answer to a letter they received from Warren Buffett, their close personal friend and the largest outside donor to their foundation. In 2006 Buffett pledged Berkshire Hathaway stock then worth more than $30 billion to the foundation to be given in 5% annual increments. So far the donations have added up to $17.26 billion. The Gates define the impact.

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DREIFUS: SLEEPING COMFORT

February 10, 2017

SLEEPING COMFORT

Great value investor Charlie Dreifus follows an investment rule for himself and recommends the same to others. He calls it: “Investing to your sleeping comfort.”

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HARTNETT: UNDER THE RADAR

February 3, 2017

UNDER THE RADAR

Financial thought leader Michael Hartnett and his top ranked research team at Bank of America Merrill Lynch have a knack for spotting developing trends before they surface. He shared a couple they are monitoring now.

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GRANT: LASTING INFLUENCE

January 27, 2017

LASTING INFLUENCE

Jim Grant is not only a financial thought leader, with his erudite, insightful and entertaining newsletter, Grant’s Interest Rate Observer, he is also a highly regarded and prolific financial historian who has penned several biographies, John Adams’ and Bernard Baruch’s among them. His latest subject, while less known, was one of the most influential financial and political journalists of the nineteenth century and still holds sway among economists because he authored the doctrine of central bank intervention.

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