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Investors may need to re-balance their portfolios due to the ongoing stock market shake-up.

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When is past performance a poor guide for selecting investments?

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The S&P 500 is undervalued by 11% at this point in 2014. This is according to Jeremy Siegel, who has proven to be the most accurate forecaster of U.S. equity market returns.

By |December 3rd, 2014|Interest Rates, Investments & the economy, Taxes|

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The 2014 economy is at no risk of inflation and hasn’t been for some time, according to former Fed Chair Ben Bernanke.

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The next 90 days should offer opportunities for investors following the midterm elections.

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As the market edged into correction territory over the last few weeks, investors may have wondered if the bull market was on its last legs. Pullbacks are to be expected, however, and you can often use them to your advantage. 

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An extremely rare six sigma event has occurred in the high yield bond market, signifying what may be an unusual buying opportunity. Sam Ro examines the $7.1 billion outflow for Business Insider. 

By |August 13th, 2014|Investments & the economy, Taxes|

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Yesterday the government reported the sharpest monthly decline in wholesalers’ sales since March of 2009.  Are we moving toward a recession? Peter Coy of Business Week summarizes forecasts from the leading economists. Part of a successful investment strategy in any environment is minimizing your tax burden.

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While some analysts are cautioning about a near-term pullback, or melt-down in the markets, others are confidently predicting a melt-up. Which is it? Liz Ann Sonders of Charles Schwab offers insight into the situation. In good news for the United States, the International Energy Agency says the U.S. will be the top oil producer in

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The collapse of Lehman Brothers five years ago this week marked the height of the financial crisis and influenced the Federal Reserve’s policy of monetary easing. The Fed has scheduled a press conference today and is expected to announce its plans to begin tapering the program with a small reduction in bond buying. Changes in policy

By |September 18th, 2013|401(k), Investments & the economy, Taxes|