Season 12

FRANKLIN: RETIREMENT ESSENTIALS

September 4, 2015

Retirement essentials with award winning personal finance journalist and Social Security expert Mary Beth Franklin. Why you need a new balancing act for a secure retirement. Continue Reading »

SINGER: MACRO MATTERS

August 28, 2015

Why are events in Greece and China so important to investors? In a rare interview, top performing, five-star rated Portfolio Manager, Brian Singer of the William Blair Macro Allocation Fund explains why macro matters. Continue Reading »

MAXIMIZING MEDICARE, PLUS WOMEN INVESTORS

August 21, 2015
It’s the final week of the summer fund-raising drive on Public Television, so we are revisiting some of our most popular programs. An estimated 95% of seniors pay too much for Medicare. Healthcare expert Katy Votava, president of Goodcare.com and author of “Making the Most of Medicare” explains what you need to know to maximize those benefits and avoid overpaying. Watch the episode now.
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SMEAD: A CONTRARIAN ON CHINA – PLUS, POWERFUL CENTRAL BANKERS

August 14, 2015
The summer fund raising season for Public Television continues this week so we are revisiting some shows that provide a different perspective and a greater understanding of trends affecting our financial lives. Who better than a student of central bank history? Liaquat Ahamed, the Pulitzer Prize winning author of Lords of Finance, discusses the differences and similarities between central bank policies today and those leading up to the Great Depression. Watch this episode here.
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ROTHMAN: A CHINA BULL – PLUS, ACHIEVABLE RETIREMENT PLANNING

August 7, 2015
As the summer fund-raising season starts this week on Public Television, we are going to revisit a popular topic – retirement! We’ll hear from highly-regarded financial advisor, Jonathan Pond. He has some simple steps to see us through, no matter what the circumstances. Watch the episode.
New this week, a special online report about China. The world’s second largest economy has gone from investment darling to pariah in just a few short weeks. Where Chinese economic statistics used to be given the benefit of the doubt, they are now widely disbelieved by many professional investors. Continue Reading »

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