PhD economist Brigitte Madrian realized early on that understanding the psychology of saving would lead to better results.
State Street Global Advisor’s Fredrik Axsater has devoted most of his professional career to finding solutions to the financial challenges of retirement. It’s a commitment that began with a then retirement innovation, target date funds.
Legendary financial thought leader Charles Ellis has traveled all over the world in his role as investment consultant to firms, governments and institutions in his fifty plus year career. It’s an experience that has significantly influenced his professional and personal perspective.
3EDGE Asset Management’s Founder, President and Chief Investment Officer, Stephen Cucchiaro is a professional investor but it was his amateur investor Dad who first made him aware of WealthTrack.
Plus, as we count down to the presidential election we are asking each of our guests for their views on the election and its impact on their investment strategy.
Harding Loevner’s Chief Investment Officer, Simon Hallett has lived in the U.S. for more than a quarter of a century but in recent years he has found himself drawn back to the country of his birth and specifically to the county where he grew up, Devon County, England.
CLEMENTS: FRUGAL TRADITION
Award winning personal finance journalist Jonathan Clements has spent nearly 30 years advising readers about the virtues of saving and frugality. Author of six personal finance books, his latest, How to Think About Money encapsulates this personal and professional philosophy. It’s a guiding principal that began with a Clements’ family story.
JAKAB: CAREER SWITCH
Spencer Jakab, “Heard on the Street” editor and columnist at The Wall Street Journal and author of the recently published Heads I Win, Tails I Win didn’t start out as a journalist. He was a top-rated emerging markets stock analyst on Wall Street before making the switch to a far less lucrative career.