Wealthtrack: How to factor D.C. policy into investment decisions

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On this week’s Consuelo Mack WealthTrack, Wall Street’s top ranked Washington analyst discusses how policy is affecting your investments. ISI Group’s Tom Gallagher shares some of the major changes he is tracking and how investors should deal with them.

Gallagher is head of ISI Group’s Washington research team which has been ranked number one by institutional investors for seven years running. Tom himself has been on the all-star list for 17 years.

Note: The transcript of this interview is not available yet, but will be posted here as soon as it arrives.

Source: Wealthtrack, April 30, 2010.

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2 comments to Wealthtrack: How to factor D.C. policy into investment decisions

  • Dustin Hecker

    I cannot seem to figure out how to listen to the reports posted in the above format. All I ever can hear is the intro, identifying the people interviewed and the organization. What is written above, in other words. I cannot find how to listen to the interview itself. How does one do that?

    thanks.

  • @Dustin: I find that the Wealthtrack videos often stream quite slowly. I sometimes leave it during the night and then play it the next morning.

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