Award-winning broadcast producer, author, and former stockbroker Pam Krueger returns with more of her timeless investment wisdom in this new one-hour episode of MoneyTrack: Money For Life.
Award-winning broadcast producer, author, and former stockbroker Pam Krueger brings her knowledge and can-do attitude to viewers nationwide, educating the public on what works and what doesn’t when it comes to investing.
Pam is the creator, executive producer, and co-host of the MoneyTrack series on public television, and the author of The MoneyTrack Method: A Real Person’s Guide to Successful Investing. MoneyTrack launched in 2005 to tremendous response, airing on over 220 PBS stations nationwide. Featuring some of the best-known and most respected names in the financial world, such as Warren Buffett and John Bogle, the series gives viewers straightforward personal finance and investment advice.
In 2015, Pam launched Wealthramp, a new platform that helps consumers find qualified financial advisors who adhere to the highest fiduciary standard and are not commission-driven.
Pam made her broadcast debut producing and anchoring on local television networks, including Marketplace, ABC-TV’s Emmy®-Award-winning program. On the national circuit, she produced and anchored TechTV’s The Money Machine and An Evening with John Bogle, a one-hour MoneyTrack special. To increase financial literacy among young teens, Pam produced IPO: Investing Pays Off, a children’s financial series that earned a CINE award and 2004 Emmy® nomination.
In June 2009 and 2010, Pam was honored with two Gracie Awards for Outstanding Producer of an Entertainment Series on Public Television from AWRT (American Women in Radio & Television). She is also a national spokesperson for The Institute for the Fiduciary Standard and the spokesperson for the California Jump$tart Coalition. She lives in Osterville, a small town in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and spends part of her time in Tiburon, California.
Jack Gallagher is a three-time Emmy award winner as host of the PBS shows Money Moves, Off-Limits and Kids, Cash and Common Sense, with a recurring role on the HBO sitcom Curb Your Enthusiasm. He rejoins Pam as co-host of MoneyTrack.
A favorite of talk and variety shows, Jack made numerous appearances on The Tonight Show with both Johnny Carson and Jay Leno as well as NBC's Late Night with Conan O'Brien. Jack received the NATPE IRIS award in the category "On-Camera Talent."
When he's not working, Jack can be found at home with his wife Jean and sons Declan and Liam trying to figure out ways to stay off the road. .
MoneyTrack, Money For Life
In this one-hour special, Pam Krueger and co-host Jack Gallagher pull back the veil on the opaque world of personal financial management to show consumers, especially those approaching retirement, the power they now have to control their own future.
MoneyTrack, Money for Life asks the four key questions every person who wants a secure retirement needs to have the answers to:
Where do I stand financially?
It’s important to have a full grasp on your finances, but do you have a plan for the rest of your life? What is your attitude toward investing and toward retirement? Pam and Jack discuss the things you can control, and the things you should work on with trusted financial advisors.
Can I invest all on my own?
The Internet has broken open the vaults of investment and finance know-how for everyone to access. But with the vast amounts of information now available at everyone’s fingertips, it can get a bit overwhelming, and ever more critical to be able to discern the truth from the hype. Just because you can do all your own investing online, doesn't mean you should.
Who can I trust for financial advice?
Most individual investors want some financial advice, especially for their most serious money. The Department of Labor is introducing a new fiduciary rule for retirement advice that goes into effect in April 2017. Wall Street has nowhere left to hide. Learn from well-regarded guest experts how to vet financial advisors—and ensure they adhere to the highest fiduciary standards.
What’s in my power to control?
You’ll hear the moving personal story of a woman whose voice is familiar to millions of people all over the world. Her startling financial journey will inspire you to take control of your own destiny.
MoneyTrack, Money for Life is advice not just for the ages, but for all ages.