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Has the Fed staunched the bleeding of the wounded financial markets with its historic three-quarters of a percent interest rate cut? And how should individual investors react to the falling markets this month? On hand to guide us will be legendary global value investor Jean Marie Eveillard of First Eagle Funds, Pimco's bond guru Paul McCulley and Merrill Lynch's top investment strategist, Richard Bernstein.
Direct download: WealthTrack_330-01-25-08.mp3
Category:business -- posted at: 5:54 PM

Has the Fed staunched the bleeding of the wounded financial markets with its historic three-quarters of a percent interest rate cut? And how should individual investors react to the falling markets this month? On hand to guide us will be legendary global value investor Jean Marie Eveillard of First Eagle Funds, Pimco's bond guru Paul McCulley and Merrill Lynch's top investment strategist, Richard Bernstein.
Category:business -- posted at: 5:51 PM

A WealthTrack television exclusive this week. Wall Street's third generation value investor Christopher Davis will join us along with Charles Maxwell, considered the dean of Wall Street energy analysts, and Martin Fridson, expert on the faltering high yield bond world. On the agenda will be such topics as the possibility of a U.S. recession and a growing number of corporate defaults, the price of oil and energy stocks, and where the real value is to be found in the market.
Direct download: WealthTrack_329___01-18-08.mp3
Category:business -- posted at: 8:01 PM

A WealthTrack television exclusive this week. Wall Street's third generation value investor Christopher Davis will join us along with Charles Maxwell, considered the dean of Wall Street energy analysts, and Martin Fridson, expert on the faltering high yield bond world. On the agenda will be such topics as the possibility of a U.S. recession and a growing number of corporate defaults, the price of oil and energy stocks, and where the real value is to be found in the market.
Category:business -- posted at: 8:00 PM

Transforming the basic elements – air, water and earth – into investment opportunities. New green technologies can clean the world's water, cut down carbon emissions and turn garbage into clean energy. Guests include William Brennan, President, Aqua Terra Asset Management, Peter Fusaro, an energy and environmental consultant, and Karina Funk of Winslow Green Mutual Funds.
Direct download: WealthTrack_01-11-08___328.mp3
Category:business -- posted at: 8:01 PM

Transforming the basic elements – air, water and earth – into investment opportunities. New green technologies can clean the world's water, cut down carbon emissions and turn garbage into clean energy. Guests include William Brennan, President, Aqua Terra Asset Management, Peter Fusaro, an energy and environmental consultant, and Karina Funk of Winslow Green Mutual Funds.
Category:business -- posted at: 8:00 PM

We greet the New Year with two top portfolio managers and a highly-respected observer of the financial scene. BlackRock's Chief Investment Officer and three fund manager, Bob Doll will be back to share his usually prescient predictions and strategies for the New Year. The Wintergreen Fund's David Winters will tell us why he continues to emphasize international investing. And Jim Grant, the Editor of Grant's Interest Rate Observer will pull no punches about the outlook for the credit markets in 2008.
Category:business -- posted at: 8:00 PM

We greet the New Year with two top portfolio managers and a highly-respected observer of the financial scene. BlackRock's Chief Investment Officer and three fund manager, Bob Doll will be back to share his usually prescient predictions and strategies for the New Year. The Wintergreen Fund's David Winters will tell us why he continues to emphasize international investing. And Jim Grant, the Editor of Grant's Interest Rate Observer will pull no punches about the outlook for the credit markets in 2008.
Category:business -- posted at: 8:00 PM