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DONALD YACKTMAN: A GREAT INVESTOR TURNS MORE CONSERVATIVE

November 1, 2013

Donald Yacktman, President and Founder of Yacktman Asset Management runs two five-star funds. Both have beaten the markets and their peers by wide margins over the years.  This past Morningstar Stock Fund Manager of the Year explains while his approach to picking stocks has stayed the same, his current strategy is changing. Continue Reading »

ROBERT KLEINSCHMIDT: WALL STREET “TROUBLE MAKER”

May 17, 2013

Robert Kleinschmidt, long-time Portfolio Manager of the Tocqueville Fund and a well-known contrarian on Wall Street. He was bullish on stocks when every one was calling for the death of equities. He pooh poohed the effect the election and the fiscal cliff would have on the market. Now he has a very contrarian view of the Fed’s unprecedented policy to keep interest rates low. Continue Reading »

ROBERT SHEARER: SEARCHING FOR GOOD DIVIDEND STOCKS

May 10, 2013

Why not all dividends are created equal.   Robert Shearer, lead portfolio manager for BlackRock’s Equity Dividend Fund explains why some dividend stocks are better than others and where he is finding the best in growth and income. Continue Reading »

Bill Miller: Where is he investing now?

February 8, 2013

A TV exclusive with legendary value investor Bill Miller. The only mutual fund manager to beat the S&P 500 for 15 years in a row, Miller’s Legg Mason Capital Management Opportunity Fund was the number one mutual fund last year. Where is he investing now? Find out! Continue Reading »

BOB DOLL: BULLISH ON STOCKS

July 20, 2012

There was a counter culture novel published in the 1960s, titled I’ve Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up To Me, a phrase later memorialized in a song written by Lee Hazelwood and picked up by the rock band The Doors that just might describe where market psychology is today. As last week’s guest, economist David Rosenberg wrote recently, the phrase “consumer confidence is an oxymoron.” As you can see from his chart consumer confidence is “mired in recession territory.” As Rosenberg points out “we are supposedly in the third year of a recovery, but confidence is below the level that would be consistent with economic contraction.” As he noted, he is “noticing a certain degree of despair these days, just as I am getting enthusiastic about the future.”
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