Bill Miller And Ed Hyman On How To Avoid Underperformance Trap

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Bill Miller And Ed Hyman On How To Avoid Underperformance Trap

Two investing legends come together in an exclusive television interview this week on WealthTrack! ISI Group’s Ed Hyman, Wall Street’s number one ranked economist for 34 years running, is joined by Legg Mason’s history-making portfolio manager Bill Miller to discuss their top investment forecasts and strategies for 2014.

Bill Miller, Ed Hyman video and much more below

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How to avoid the underperformance trap?

  • Invest with a fund manager who suits your investment style.
  • Don’t chase performance
  • Buy incrementally

In our recent exclusive interview with superstar economist, Ed Hyman and investment legend Bill Miller I asked each about their ability to stay at the top of their game during careers spanning over three decades. This week we ask Ed Hyman how he explains his unprecedented track record of being voted the number one economist in the coveted Institutional Investor magazine poll for 34 years in a row.

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