Don Yacktman explains how his penny pinching ways have translated into exceptional long-term returns for investors in his five star Yacktman Funds.
Renowned Yale economist and “Financial Thought Leader” Robert Shiller tells Consuelo why he believes home prices could suffer a double dip, and stock prices are not cheap.
Three outstanding financial world figures: Bob Doll runs three large cap funds at BlackRock; John Montgomery heads up a family of funds using computer models at Bridgeway Capital; Tom Petrie, Vice Chairman of Bank of America – Merrill Lynch, is a veteran observer of the energy sector
Dealing with the new market realities. Two giants of behavioral finance- Yale Professor and Irrational Exuberance author, Robert Shiller and MIT professor and hedge fund manager Andrew Lo- discuss where the money will be made in the new financial landscape. Plus, top rated economist Nancy Lazar of ISI Group fills us in on the outlook for global economies and markets.
Two veteran value investors tell us where they see the investment clouds clearing. Value investor Susan Byrne is finding companies with sound balance sheets and good cash flow that should withstand difficult times. Long-time bear Rob Arnott finally sees good values in the fixed-income markets. Find out where they see the profit opportunities.
We’ll talk about long-term demographic trends and the investment opportunities they are creating with demographics pioneer, Peter Francese, the founder of American Demographics magazine. Plus we’ll explore some of the deep values being created in the beaten down oil patch with veteran analyst and investor Tom Petrie, and in a WealthTrack television exclusive, delve into other sectors of the financial markets with fund manager Robert Kleinschmidt of the highly regarded Tocqueville Funds.