• Selling Sugar Short?

    One of the most important parts of an investment analyst’s job is identifying long-term trends that will affect a company or industry over a long period of years. This practice is often called “thematic investing.” You’ll have succeeded if you discover that a market favorite is now on the wrong side of technological change or new government regulations. It’s important to be on the right side of a long-term trend.

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  • The Top Tips on Cybersecurity in Finance: MASTERCLASS

    With the threat of cyber crime more prevalent than ever, Asset TV’s flagship educational program takes a comprehensive look at cybersecurity in the financial services industry. The program featured four cybersecurity experts: John Araneo, Managing Director & General Counsel at Align, Sid Yenamandra, CEO & Co-Founder of Entreda, Brian Edelman, CEO at Financial Computer, Inc., and Steven Ryder, President of True North Networks. Asset TV Head of Programming Gillian Kemmerer moderated the discussion.

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  • MASTERCLASS Reveals the Future of MLPs

    Asset TV’s flagship thought leadership series, MASTERCLASS, has returned with a deep dive into the Master Limited Partnership (MLP) structure, and an outlook for energy prices in 2017. The program features two leading figures in the MLP industry today: Jeff Jorgensen, director of research at Center Coast Capital, and Chris Eades, an MLP-focused portfolio manager at ClearBridge Investments.

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  • A Rebalancing Market Means Higher Oil Prices

    The supply/demand equation for global oil markets is in the middle of a major supply-side reset that should provide support for oil prices going forward, according to Jennifer Stevenson, a portfolio manager with 1832 Asset Management L.P. (a subsidiary of Scotiabank).

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  • Transparency: Do We Protest It Too Much?

    Do some investment industry professionals protest simple transparency rules to the detriment of both themselves and their clients?

    A lot of contentious debate about the Department of Labor (DOL) Fiduciary Rule continues. What’s it all really about?

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