Seminars and Webcasts

How Retirement Has Changed—Why Saving More and Working Longer will be Necessary

On Thursday, May 12, 2016, you and a guest are invited to attend our investment seminar via live video webcast or in person. RSVP by Tuesday, May 10, 2016. We hope you can join us! Attend to find out why the new and emerging landscape affects everybody, including those just starting out. This seminar will tackle the tacit agreement that has been in place for generations and how it has changed, affecting all Americans.
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Archive of Investment Seminar, December 3, 2015

Portfolio managers Ron and Jeff presented their observations, interpretations, and decisions about the investment climate. They updated us on the items comprising their “checklist,” ranging from what’s happening on the domestic front (interest rates, consumer spending, health of financial institutions, etc.) to what’s taking place across the globe (Europe, China, emerging markets, etc.).
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Natural Gas: An Energy Game Changer

In this country, a quarter of our natural gas production is used by industry, a quarter is used to generate electricity, and half is used for home heating. As investors, we learned a long time ago that if a product or service makes sense to the consumer it probably will last a long time.
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A Stock Picker’s Market, May 2015

The financial headlines tell us the stock market is hitting new highs, but they don’t tell us much about what is going on beneath the surface. Ron and Jeff Muhlenkamp talk about some of the cross currents in the global markets and economies because we think future returns will depend on what you own, when you bought it, and what you paid to get it—owning an index, industry or sector will be less useful. To us, that’s the very definition of A Stock Picker’s Market.
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Game Changers in Biomedical Science, November 2014

Advances in biomedical science continue to transform the way medicine is being practiced. Since the 1950s, we have experienced a steady stream of breakthrough innovations, ranging from vaccines for the masses to precision medicines based on one’s unique genetic makeup. In a 50-year span, we’ve gone from characterizing the double-helix structure of DNA to a complete mapping of the human genome.
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The Big Squeeze

I find that many of the things we see today are similar to what we’ve seen before. For instance, the government budget deficits today look much like the deficits of the 1980s. And concerns about China today are similar to concerns we had about Japan in the 1970s. Over the past years, I’ve written extensively about the self-defeating nature of excessive taxation and how interest rates and inflation affect your purchasing power. This presentation is a synthesis of 40 years of observations based on facts.
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Investment Seminar May 12, 2016

No matter your age or disposition, retired or not, you’ll want to attend our seminar, How Retirement Has Changed—Why Saving...
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Conference Call on February 25, 2016

If you weren’t able to join the February 25th conference call or you wish to review the conversation, an archive...
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