Videos on Business And Finance

Three Fund Innovations We'd Like to See
Morningstar's director of personal finance proposes ideas for a tax-efficient target-date fund, a diversified inflation fighter, and a non-correlated 'other' investment.
Running time: 455 seconds
The Government and ADP's December's Job Report
Morningstar's Bob Johnson and Vishnu Lekraj dissect December's job gains, the big drop in the unemployment rate, and January's payroll prospects.
Running time: 427 seconds
Hasenstab Talks About Approaches to Global Bonds
Investors should look outside of the benchmark, particularly in the fixed-income world, says Morningstar's 2010 Fixed-Income Manager of the Year.
Running time: 254 seconds
Hasenstab's Global Plays for a Rising Rate Environment
The 2010 Fixed Income Manager of the Year says his team sees opportunity in the currencies and short-dated bonds of less-levered, higher-growth countries outside of the U.S.
Running time: 331 seconds
Hasenstab on Asset Growth Management
A long-term, low-turnover approach, highly liquidity stomping grounds, and the continued development of global markets have kept Templeton Global Bond's tremendous inflows manageable, says manager Michael Hasenstab.
Running time: 182 seconds
Janus' Brent Lynn Says Long-Term Focus Is Key
2010 International-Stock Manager of the Year Brent Lynn discusses the fund's performance in a tough 2008 and the subsequent rebound.
Running time: 140 seconds
Brent Lynn on Opportunities in Developed Markets
2010 International-Stock Manager of the Year Brent Lynn comments on the fund's reallocation from some emerging markets names into developed markets special situations during the market rebound.
Running time: 271 seconds
Brent Lynn's Two Flavors of Growth Stock Picks
2010 International-Stock Manager of the Year Brent Lynn offers examples of his fund's classic-growth as well as special-situation holdings.
Running time: 335 seconds
How the Job Market Fared in December
Morningstar's Vishnu Lekraj outlines what a much better-than-expected ADP private-sector jobs report could mean for Friday's government employment data.
Running time: 324 seconds
Where Sequoia Finds Value in Retail
Sequoia's David Poppe and Bob Goldfarb make the case for portfolio holdings TJX, Wal-Mart, and Target.
Running time: 183 seconds
Sequoia on the Case for Investing in Google
Google's value to users and advertisers, strong cash-flow generation, and current valuation are attractive, says Sequoia's David Poppe. Plus, Poppe outlines the case for newer fund holding Perrigo.
Running time: 266 seconds
Bob Goldfarb on Buying Companies in the 1970s
Sequoia's Bob Goldfarb reminisces about buying great companies at single-digit multiple valuations in the mid-1970s.
Running time: 168 seconds
Why Sequoia Trimmed Its Berkshire Stake
Sequoia's Bob Goldfarb explains the reasoning behind the fund's trimmed Berkshire stake, as well as their attraction to Fastenal.
Running time: 286 seconds
Top Money Saving Sites
CBS News business and economics correspondent Rebecca Jarvis shares her top picks for websites that can save you money by way of swapping, shopping and sharing.
Running time: 161 seconds
Mixed News in the Jobless Report
The unemployment rate drops to 9.4%, but employers added fewer jobs than had been expected. Plus: New report shows music sales tanked in 2010, but vinyl album sales grew 14%.
Running time: 98 seconds
Smooth Money Moves for 2011
MoneyWatch editors tell you where to invest, what to expect from the housing market and more.
Running time: 2359 seconds
Don't Put Extra Money Towards Your Mortgage
Saving for retirement is smarter than paying off your mortgage early. Jill Schlesinger explains why.
Running time: 136 seconds
More Americans File for Unemployment Benefits
The Labor Department says 409,000 people applied for first-time jobless benefits last week. Plus: Mortgage rates dipped this week after rising steadily over the last two months.
Running time: 82 seconds
U.S. Jobless Claims Rise
According to the Labor Department, applications for first-time unemployment benefits rose last week by 18,000 to 409,000. Plus: GM to add cordless device chargers to its vehicles.
Running time: 105 seconds
3 Tips to Help You Sell Your Vacant Home
Selling a vacant home - even a beautiful $6 million property like this one - can be difficult. Here are 3 tips that will make the process easier.
Running time: 95 seconds
Where the Jobs Are
Jill Schlesinger discusses which fields are growing, and how to maximize your chances of being hired.
Running time: 142 seconds
Ford and Toyota Tie as Most Popular Auto Brands
Consumer Reports' new survey says Ford climbed 35 points in the last 2 years while Toyota fell 46 points. Plus: Two major retailers may be interested in buying J-Crew.
Running time: 100 seconds
Best Buys and Sales in January 2011
Rebecca Jarvis speaks with AOL consumer advisor Regina Lewis on The Early Show about the best areas to look for hot deals in January 2011.
Running time: 174 seconds
Private-Sector Jobs Rise Sharply
According to ADP, private-sector employers added almost 300,000 jobs in the U.S. last month. Plus: National deficit tops $14 trillion for the first time ever.
Running time: 91 seconds
Investment Tips to Earn More Money
Want your investment portfolio to perform well in 2011? Author Rick Ferri tells Eric Schurenberg that you can accumulate more wealth with less work by choosing index funds over actively-managed funds.
Running time: 379 seconds


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