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WALL STREET LEGEND ED HYMAN DESCRIBES THE POWERFUL FORCES DRIVING RECORD ECONOMIC GROWTH INTO 2022

December 10, 2021

Since WEALTHTRACK’s inception, it’s been an annual tradition to sit down for a rare in-depth interview with Ed Hyman, Wall Street’s number one-ranked economist for an unrivaled forty-one years.  

Hyman is a Wall Street legend known for his comprehensive, yet succinct daily bullet point reports on the economy covering multiple data points including his team’s proprietary company surveys covering a wide range of businesses.  

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HOW TO MAKE IT ON WALL STREET: ADVICE FROM THREE SUCCESSFUL WOMEN PORTFOLIO MANAGERS

November 30, 2021

Part 2 of 2

Three successful women portfolio managers discuss what it takes to succeed in money management, including their best and worst decisions and crucial career advice.

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FROM EDUCATION TO JOB CHOICES, HOW 3 WOMEN HAVE BECOME SUCCESSFUL PORTFOLIO MANAGERS

November 24, 2021

Part 1 of 2

Only 11% of U.S. portfolio managers are women. Three of them describe how they are “tearing down the pink wall” starting with their educational and job choices in part one of our two-part series.  

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DE-RISKING THE DOMINANCE OF MEGA CAP TECH STOCKS WITH LEADING GROWTH MANAGER MARGARET VITRANO

November 19, 2021

It’s hard to keep a roaring bull market down. The S&P 500 marked its 66th record close of the year today and the NASDAQ Composite also hit a new peak. The strong performance once again raised the question: what to do with the dominant position mega-cap tech stocks have in most of our stock portfolios. It is a particular challenge for growth fund managers because that’s where the growth and performance has been for the last decade, especially the past few years.  

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U.S. MANUFACTURING RESURGENCE

November 12, 2021

Worried about inflation, especially after October’s big consumer price number? The CPI’s 6.2% increase from a year ago was the fastest 12-month gain since 1990 and the fifth month in a row of +5% inflation. 

What about rising interest rates? How about America’s economic standing in the world?   

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