Season 12

RYON & FRIDSON: RELIABLE RETIREMENT INCOME

July 31, 2015

Believe it or not, both short and long term interest rates are at a 5,000 year low. And no, that is not a typo. No wonder there is a global search for income! We are discussing how to find reliable income producing investments for retirement. Thornburg Investment’s Five star rated municipal bond manager, Chris Ryon and fixed income guru Martin Fridson reveal their secure income strategies. Continue Reading »

DOLL: BIG BUSINESS

July 24, 2015

How expensive are large company U.S. stocks, the cornerstone of just about everyone’s retirement portfolio? Nuveen’s widely followed Chief Equity Strategist and large cap mutual funds manager, Robert Doll says there are high quality, dividend paying businesses worth owning for long-term value and income. Continue Reading »

CORTAZZO & FRANKLIN: SUCCESSFUL RETIREMENT

July 17, 2015

When you retire and how you invest can mean the difference between a comfortable retirement and a disastrous one.  How do we go the distance in retirement without running out of money?  Award winning personal finance experts, Macro Consulting Group’s Mark Cortazzo and InvestmentNews’ Mary Beth Franklin share their strategies for retirement success. Continue Reading »

KESSLER: TREASURY BOND CONTRARIAN

July 10, 2015

Our guest is taking on the Wall Street consensus. The overwhelming sentiment from economists, analysts and strategists is that the great bond bull market, particularly in U.S. Treasuries, is over.  Treasury bonds have been described as extremely overvalued, risky and undesirable.  Not so says global bond manager Robert Kessler. He is sticking with his decade long, bullish view on Treasuries and says the Federal Reserve is in “no position to raise interest rates.” Continue Reading »

WINTERS: MARKET MANIA?

July 3, 2015

As investors’ move in droves to passive, low cost index funds, one veteran money manager is sounding the alarm. Wintergreen Fund’s David Winters says index funds are a dangerous market mania, akin to other market bubbles. Continue Reading »

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