Consuelo Mack WealthTrack
Financial Thought Leaders: David Rosenberg (#820)
Guest: David Rosenberg, Chief Economist and Strategist, Gluskin Sheff.
This week's Consuelo Mack WealthTrack features one of the few economists to foresee the global economic slowdown. Gluskin Sheff's David Rosenberg saw signs of trouble as chief economist at Merrill Lynch. Now back in his native Canada at Gluskin Sheff, he continues to warn about a prolonged slump with high unemployment in the developed world. Rosenberg tells Consuelo Mack what it means for investors and where to find growth despite a stagnant U.S. and Europe. [26 minutes]
This episode has not aired in the past few months on Iowa Public Television.
Series Description: Consuelo Mack WealthTrack is a weekly half hour series devoted to providing trustworthy, understandable advice about how to build and protect wealth over the long-term. One of the most experienced business journalists in television, Consuelo Mack consistently attracts experts at the highest levels, bringing the best minds in the business to explore building and protecting long-term wealth. Wide-ranging topics -- including green investing, alternative energy, and insurance -- cover all the investments viewers care about: stocks, bonds real estate, art and collectibles. Every episode ends with a personal finance Action Point to help viewers manage their financial lives.
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- Fixing The Retirement Crisis (#1131)
- New Year's Exclusive Outlook, Part 2 (#1130)
- New Year's Exclusive Outlook, Part 1 (#1129)
- Better Investors (#1128)
- Best Calls (#1127)
- Episode #1126
- Episode #1125
- Higher Hurdles for Women (#1124)
- Alternative Investments (#1123)
- Powerful Financials? (#1122)
- Strategy Change (#1121)
- Contrarian Value (#1120)
- Corporate Morality (#1119)
- Foreign Opportunities (#1118)
- Scarce Value (#1117)
- Still Bullish (#1116)
- U.S. Comeback (#1115)
- Powerful Financials? (#1114)
- Alternative Investments (#1113)
- Portfolio Changes (#1112)
- Better Investors (#1111)