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TERESA KONG & PETER MARBER: OPPORTUNITIES IN EMERGING MARKETS – Transcript 2/07/2014 #1033

February 13, 2014

CONSUELO MACK: This week on WealthTrack, the emerging markets are under fire as investors flee their markets and currencies fearing an outbreak of financial war. But this week’s guests Matthews Asia’s Teresa Kong and Loomis Sayles’ Peter Marber say not all emerging markets are losers. They point out the victors next on Consuelo Mack WealthTrack. Hello and welcome to this edition of WealthTrack, I’m Consuelo Mack. “Buy when there is blood in streets!” counseled Baron Rothschild in the 18th century. “Buy in periods of maximum pessimism” advised Sir John Templeton in the 20th century. Warren Buffett

Nick Sargen & John Lipsky Transcript 9/7/12 #911

September 7, 2012

WEALTHTRACK Transcript #911- 9/7/12 CONSUELO MACK:  This week on WEALTHTRACK, preventing financial fires before they start and avoiding them if they flare up. Former IMF leader and Financial Thought Leader John Lipsky joins global strategist Nick Sargen to discuss global hot spots, Europe, China and the U.S. next on Consuelo Mack WEALTHTRACK. Hello and welcome to this edition of WEALTHTRACK. I’m Consuelo Mack. It has been four years since the start of the worst financial crisis in the post war era. It feels like a lifetime to me. Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy in September 2008, tipping the world into

SARGEN & LIPSKY: THE DECLINE OF U.S. FINANCIAL DOMINANCE

September 7, 2012

The Decline of U.S. Financial Dominance

The Effectiveness or Lack Thereof of Federal Reserve’s Monetary Policy

It has been four years since the start of the worst financial crisis in the post war era. It feels like a lifetime to me. Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy in September 2008, tipping the world into a systemic financial meltdown which we have been recovering from ever since. It’s helpful to step back every once and while and see how far we have come since the market lows of March 2009, when the S&P closed under 700. It has more than doubled since then, but oh what a ride it has been!
Read MoreOne of this week’s guests, Fort Washington Investments Nick Sargen, points out that there have been three distinct market phases since the financial crisis began. First, “the sell off” from September of ‘08 to March of ‘09 when global credit markets froze, economies fell into recession, and the Fed drove interest rates to zero. During the sell-off, the S&P lost 46%, other markets plummeted; U.S. Treasuries and gold were the only major asset classes to gain.
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