Consuelo Mack WealthTrack
This series provides trustworthy, understandable advice about building and protecting wealth over the long-term. Host Consuelo Mack brings together the best minds in the business world to help Americans build long-term diversified portfolios in stocks, bonds, annuities, real estate, insurance, art and collectibles. Following in-depth discussion of the week's big economic stories and trends, guests recommend their picks for the "one investment" every investor should own in a long-term diversified portfolio. Each episode highlights an "Action Point," one 'to-do' item to help achieve financial security.
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack Previous Broadcasts
International Investing Opportunities (Episode #918)
KQED World: Sun, Oct 28, 2012 -- 8:30 AM
This week's WT focuses on international investing with David Nadel, portfolio manager and director of international research at the Royce Funds, and Andrew Foster, founder of Seafarer Capital Partners. Discover how these global investors are finding the best value, growth and income overseas by investing in emerging markets and smaller company stocks.
Great Investors: Steven Romick (Episode #917)
KQED World: Sun, Oct 21, 2012 -- 8:30 AM
This week: a rare interview with "Great Investor" Steven Romick of FPA Crescent Fund. Romick describes how he is keeping his five-star-rated fund on top by balancing the forces of inflation and deflation, and continuing his contrarian, value-oriented strategies.
Great Investors: Bruce Berkowitz (Episode #916)
KQED World: Sun, Oct 14, 2012 -- 8:30 AM
A rare interview with Morningstar's Fund Manager of the Decade, "Great Investor" Bruce Berkowitz, who discusses Fairholme Fund's controversial concentration in financial stocks and other unloved securities.
Great Investors: David Winters (Episode #915)
KQED World: Sun, Oct 7, 2012 -- 8:30 AM
This week: "Great Investor" David Winters, portfolio manager of the top-rated Wintergreen Fund, who explains why he is finding numerous investment opportunities around the globe and why investors shouldn't believe the bearish view that the "cult of equity is dead."