PREMIUM: ALIBER & SARGEN – PART 2

October 12, 2016

FINANCIAL CRISIS PERSPECTIVE

Where is the next financial crisis developing? How can investors protect themselves? Answers from two crisis experts, Robert Aliber, Editor Manias, Panics, and Crashes and Global Shocks author, Nicholas Sargen.

WEALTHTRACK Episode #1317; Originally Broadcast on October 14, 2016

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ROBERT ALIBER

  • Editor,
  • Manias, Panics, and Crashes

NICHOLAS SARGEN

  • Author,
  • Global Shocks: An Investment Guide for Turbulent Markets

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TAKE ADVANTAGE OF STILL EXTREMELY LOW INTEREST RATES

Manias, Panics, and Crashes: A History of Financial Crises, Seventh Edition

Global Shocks: An Investment Guide for Turbulent Markets

ALIBER: RISING RATES, RISING BANKS?

Buy bank stocks

  • Rising interest rates =
    • Rising bank revenues & profits
    • Rising bank profits
    • Rising bank stocks

SARGEN: PRIVATE DEBT INCOME

Buy shares in Business Development Companies (BDCs)

  • Make loans to mid-sized companies
  • Interest rate is based off floating exchange rate
  • Attractive spreads
  • Require homework
No stock mentions in this episode.

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This is Robert Aliber’s first appearance on WEALTHTRACK. Here’s Nicholas Sargen’s appearance from the WEALTHTRACK Archives:

SARGEN: FINANCIAL GAME CHANGERS

What are the biggest financial game changers of this decade?  The unprecedented cycle of global central bank easing and low interest rates? The dramatic decline in oil prices?  Fort Washington Advisors’ Nick Sargen discusses the economic and market moving shifts in energy, inflation and central bank policy – and what they mean for investors

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SARGEN & WILBY: INVESTING IN TURBULENCE

A rare interview with two veteran investors who say turbulent and volatile markets are here to stay and require some unusual approaches.
Fort Washington Investment Advisor’s Nick Sargen and former mutual fund star, now private investor Bill Wilby share their strategies.

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No WEB EXTRA this week.


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