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Lincoln Center's Bernstein: The biggest changes in philanthropic giving

March 23, 2015 | Runtime: 2:17

Americans are very generous with their money, but how they give is changing. Here, Jed Bernstein, president of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, and Jack Lund, president and CEO of the YMCA of Greater New York, discuss what donors want now.

Greenwich's Ellis: Don't be a victim of the retirement crisis

March 05, 2015 | Runtime: 5:19

Investors can dramatically improve the quality of their retirement by working longer, according to Greenwich Associates founder Charles Ellis. Find out how big an impact delaying Social Security and keeping money in a retirement plan can have.

New York Life's Kim and Evercore's Hyman: What European turbulence means for U.S. growth

February 19, 2015 | Runtime: 6:38

New York Life Insurance Co. vice chairman John Kim and Evercore ISI chairman Ed Hyman discuss what a potential European recession would mean for U.S. growth. Plus, discover China's new role in the global economy.

Evercore's Hyman and New York Life's Kim: What’s in store for the U.S. economy in 2015

February 05, 2015 | Runtime: 7:22

Growth in consumer confidence and housing point to a very solid outlook for this year, according to Ed Hyman, chairman of Evercore ISI, and John Kim, vice chairman of New York Life Insurance Co. Find out when wages could catch up.

Best predictions on the economy and markets in 2014

January 23, 2015 | Runtime: 7:25

Which economists, strategists and portfolio managers made the most accurate predictions on WealthTrack last year? Find out which calls came true.

Matthews' Lowe and Royce's Nadel: Why investors shouldn't forget emerging markets

January 15, 2015 | Runtime: 3:40

Markets like Brazil and China offer a lot of upside potential compared with high U.S. valuations, according to Kenneth Lowe, portfolio manager at Matthews Asia Focus Fund, and David Nadel, director of international research at Royce & Associates.

First Eagle’s McClennan: How too much debt affects investors now

January 08, 2015 | Runtime: 6:28

Household, corporate and government sectors have higher debt levels relative to GDP today than before the crisis began, according to Matthew McClennan, portfolio manager of First Eagle Global Fund. What does that mean for equity valuations?

Gotham's Greenblatt: The secret to successful value investing

December 29, 2014 | Runtime: 6:22

Value means figuring out what a business is worth and only buying it when it’s worth a lot less, according to Gotham Funds co-manager Joel Greenblatt. Here, he discusses the ranking system using just two variables that his investments are based on.

Kleinschmidt: Higher rates could spell disaster for the federal budget

December 10, 2014 | Runtime: 6:16

Just a 1% increase in interest rates would add $180 billion to the $18 trillion federal deficit, according to Robert Kleinschmidt, president and CEO of Tocqueville Asset Management. Here, he weighs in on where investors can find value now.

IVA's de Lardemelle: Why there's still opportunity in cash

December 04, 2014 | Runtime: 4:59

Charles de Lardemelle, co-portfolio manager of IVA Worldwide Fund, discusses why the firm’s fund portfolios still hold more than 30% cash and how that works like an option on tomorrow’s markets.

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