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WealthTrack believes that the key to successful long-term investing is diversification and intelligent asset allocation. Our goal is to help viewers build and protect their wealth and all of the investments they care about: financial, real estate, art, and collectibles.
Two innovative hedge fund managers challenge conventional investment wisdom and explain why they have recently brought their hedge fund skills to the mutual fund world. MIT's Professor of Finance and portfolio manager of the ASG Global Alternatives Fund, Andrew Lo, and AQR Capital Management's Cliff Asness, portfolio manager of the recently launched AQR Diversified Arbitrage Fund discuss their investment outlook and strategies. 
Direct download: WealthTrack_452_06-26-09.mp3
Category:business -- posted at: 6:04 PM

Two highly-regarded investment stars offer perspective and advice on the investment climate. PIMCO's multi-talented Paul McCulley's areas of expertise are the economy, bond markets and Fed Strategy. ISI Group's investment strategist Francois Trahan is ranked number one by institutional investors for his coverage of the financial system and stock markets.
Direct download: WealthTrack_451_06-19-09.mp3
Category:business -- posted at: 12:59 AM

Meet two veteran contrarian investors with successful track records spanning a generation or more. John Rogers founded value oriented Ariel Capital Management at the tender age of 24. The first African-American owned mutual fund company is now the nation's largest black owned investment management firm. Robert Kleinschmidt has run the large-cap Tocqueville Fund since 1992. Going against the crowd has earned him and his investors market beating performance over the years and high ratings from Morningstar.
Direct download: WealthTrack_450_06-12-09.mp3
Category:business -- posted at: 7:22 PM

Getting your financial house in order after the market storm of a century. In a WealthTrack exclusive, Pershing Advisor Solution’s CEO Mark Tibergien discusses how to choose the best financial advisor, long time “Wall Street Journal” columnist, Jonathan Clements, now head of a personal financial guidance service of Citigroup talks about rebuilding your next egg and financial advisor Vern Hayden discusses how to repair your investment portfolio.
Direct download: WealthTrack_441_04-20-09.mp3
Category:business -- posted at: 11:27 PM