Archive for January, 2013

Premium: Andrew Lo

January 23, 2013

How Do You Cope With Increasingly Complex Markets?

Consuelo interviews a brilliant Financial Thought Leader who wears many hats. He is an economist, professor, much published author and money manager who has devoted his entire career to understanding modern markets and devising strategies to prosper in them. Andrew Lo is Director of MIT’s Laboratory of Financial Engineering, Professor of Finance at the M.I.T. Sloan School of Management and Chief Investment Strategist at the AlphaSimplex Group, the alternative investments firm he founded and now chairs. Are the markets more complicated than ever before? You bet

Andrew Lo on his Cancer Megafund

January 23, 2013

Our WEALTHTRACK guest this week, Andrew Lo, M.I.T. economist extraordinaire and Chairman and Chief Investment Strategist of the alternative investment firm, AlphaSimplex Group is applying his formidable analytical skills to a pressing humanitarian cause, finding a cure for cancer. Consuelo asked him about his latest and very personal project, the “Cancer Megafund.”

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Ed Hyman & Dennis Stattman – Part Two: Investment Game Changers in 2013

January 18, 2013

On this week’s WEALTHTRACK: Part 2 of our exclusive interview with Wall Street’s top-ranked economist for a record 33 years, ISI Group’s Ed Hyman. He is joined by Great Investor Dennis Stattman, long-time portfolio manager of BlackRock’s Global Allocation Fund. Continue Reading »

Ed Hyman & Dennis Stattman talk about beginnings

January 18, 2013

Financial Thought Leader Ed Hyman and Great Investor Dennis Stattman have each reached  the pinnacle of success in their fields.

Ed Hyman, the Co-Founder and Chairman of independent research firm ISI Group has been voted Wall Street’s Number One Economist for an unprecedented 33 years in a row. 

Dennis Stattman launched the now $50 billion plus BlackRock Global Allocation Fund in 1989.  A Morningstar analyst favorite, this go anywhere, invest in all asset classes fund has delivered equity like 10% annualized returns, with much less than stock market risk since the beginning.

We asked each of them to take us back in time and describe when their interest in finance began. 

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SOMETIMES STAND AGAINST THE CROWD

January 18, 2013
  • Take a cue from our guests’ One Investments this week: Japanese companies and the Chinese stock market.
  • You decide which unloved area of the vast global financial markets appeals to you… and maybe stick a toe in.

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