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September 13, 2016 | Runtime: 6:52
Overexposure to bonds means a loss of the permanent returns equities offer, says Nick Murray, author of ďSimple Wealth, Inevitable Wealth."
September 06, 2016 | Runtime: 6:53
Financial advisers need to ask clients, "What are you retiring to and what are you going to do with your life?" before they begin discussing money, says Jane Bryant Quinn, author of "How to Make Your Money Last: The Indispensable Retirement Guide."
September 06, 2016 | Runtime: 4:24
Gregg Fisher, portfolio manager at Gerstein Fisher, discusses how using high-powered computing and academic research give his investments a competitive edge.
August 30, 2016 | Runtime: 9:26
Nicholas Sargen, chief economist at Fort Washington Investment Advisors, and William Wilby, retired portfolio manager at Oppenheimer Global Fund, discuss how they are investing amid unprecedented political uncertainty and central bank policy.
July 27, 2016 | Runtime: 6:08
Small-cap stocks could be in for a strong three-year run after they bottomed earlier this year, based on historical performance, says Charles Royce, portfolio manager at The Royce Funds. Here he discusses where he looks for small company gems.
June 21, 2016 | Runtime: 4:22
Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner says he cares more about what companies do and who runs them rather than their price to earnings ratios or valuations.
June 07, 2016 | Runtime: 6:34
Chris Blunt, president of the investments group at New York Life, discusses how retirees should match their expenses to guaranteed income — and what to consider when using annuities for this strategy.
May 10, 2016 | Runtime: 4:48
When investors look to diversify their portfolios beyond domestic investments, they typically go to large caps and multinationals. But that often repeats what they're already doing at home, according to David Nadel, portfolio manager at Royce Funds.
May 03, 2016 | Runtime: 4:59
Bond manager Michael Buchanan, deputy chief investment officer at Western Asset Management, says that market volatility, a slow down in China and unfavorable U.S. data could point to a recession, but some economic strengths make a downturn unlikely.
April 20, 2016 | Runtime: 4:29
The only way to find great bargains is to look when someone else is afraid to own them, says Wallace Weitz, founder and chief investment officer of Weitz Investment Management. Find out the lesson he's learned over decades of value investing.