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Thomas Russo: The quality that sets leading companies apart

August 18, 2015 | Runtime: 6:26

Thomas Russo, managing member of Gardner Russo & Gardner, says companies that reinvest every penny possible in their businesses, such as Berkshire Hathaway, are much better off than those that return cash in stock buybacks and dividends.

Western Asset's Cooper and ClearBridge's Eades: Where to drill for profits in energy now

August 03, 2015 | Runtime: 7:24

Opportunities in the high-yield market and infrastructure companies have changed in light of falling gas and oil prices, according to portfolio managers J. Gibson Cooper of Western Asset and Chris Eades of ClearBridge Investments.

AQR's Asness: How stock and bond returns are changing retirement planning

July 17, 2015 | Runtime: 8:52

Investors are making less from their investments in today's market, which is complicating retirement planning, according to Clifford Asness, founder of AQR Capital Management. For many, that will mean saving more, spending less and working longer.

GoodCare's Votava: Biggest mistakes in handling Medicare

July 17, 2015 | Runtime: 7:24

Katy Votava, founder and president of GoodCare.com, estimates that 90% to 95% of people who are covered by Medicare are overpaying. Find out what mistakes are most common and how to avoid those costs.

Loomis Sayles' Rolley: How long interest rate suppression will last

June 09, 2015 | Runtime: 5:35

Central banks' attempts to speed up economies around the world has led to interest rate suppression, according to David Rolley, co-manager of the Loomis Sayles Global Bond Fund. Find out when the Federal Reserve may start to bring rates back up.

McCulley: Why the U.S. is poised to exit the liquidity trap

June 02, 2015 | Runtime: 6:38

A liquidity trap occurs when central banks take their rates to zero, but nothing much improves as a result, according to Paul McCulley, former chief economist at Pimco. Plus, find out where he thinks rates are headed this year.

Ahamed: Lessons learned by today's central bankers

May 12, 2015 | Runtime: 6:55

The Federal Reserve became a prisoner of its own rules during the Depression, whereas during the 2008 financial crisis it went to the limit and almost broke its own rules, according Liaquat Ahamed, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Lords of Finance."

Legg Mason's Smith: Why world growth will beat expectations

April 28, 2015 | Runtime: 6:01

Stephen Smith, portfolio manager at Legg Mason Brandywine Global Opportunities Fund, says that big moves in oil and Europe will lead to faster growth than many are expecting.

Artisan International's Yockey: Why investing in U.S. banks is a no brainer

April 16, 2015 | Runtime: 5:30

As interest rates rise, big U.S. banks are poised to make a ton of money from the savings of Americans that they have in their vault, according to Artisan International Fund portfolio manager Mark Yockey.

Jonathan Pond: The biggest mistakes retirees make

April 01, 2015 | Runtime: 7:54

Spending too much too soon and giving in to family members who want money are two common mistakes that can significantly diminish the quality of investors' retirements, according to veteran financial planner and investment adviser Jonathan Pond.

 
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