Reflecting over 40 Years—Lessons Learned and Changes Observed

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Muhlenkamp and Company in 2017, Ron shared his insights on human behavior, instant communications,...
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How Retirement Has Changed—Why Saving More and Working Longer will be Necessary

Ron addresses how the retirement plans of individuals and institutions have changed due to low GDP growth, productivity, and interest rates—what was thought to be temporary has lasted longer than expected, with no end in sight. The assumptions made while making retirement plans and decisions ten years ago are now obsolete. Jeff summarizes the implications for investors of every age and disposition.
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Recap: December 3, 2015 Investment Seminar

On December 3, 2015, portfolio managers Ron and Jeff Muhlenkamp provided an update on the checklist they use to monitor...
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Planning for a Successful Retirement

“How do you see yourself in retirement?” is a question similar to “What do you want to be when you...
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Participant and Sponsor Challenges

Believe it or not, one of the biggest hurdles that employers have is encouraging employees to save by participating in...
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A Primer on IRAs

Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) were originally known as Individual Retirement Arrangements. The concept was launched in 1974 with the passage...
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Pension Plans —Types and Characteristics

In these times, when we are living longer, healthcare costs are rising, and the future of Social Security is uncertain,...
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History of Pensions

Ahh…retirement. On a personal level, we save for it, plan for it, and dream about it. But did you ever...
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Effects of Currency Manipulation

This article explains the ripple effect that could occur when one country devalues its currency. It also examines who “wins” and...
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Worker Capitalism Triumphs

As reflected in literature and the popular media from Dickens and Marx to Studs Terkel and Jesse Jackson, people have...
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