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Asset Allocation’s Ugly Side

April 1, 2013
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I just read an article in the Wall Street Journal about how commodities have not done well this year in the face of the market rally.  Stocks, Commodities Break Up the BandA traditional asset allocation portfolio would usually have an allocation to commodities.  It would also usually have […]

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Fidelity’s Deal With iShares is a Disaster For RIAs

March 14, 2013
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Yesterday Fidelity supposedly upped the ante in the ETF war with Schwab and TD Ameritrade by expanding its commission free iShares lineup to 65 ETFs. Every article I have seen on this so far has lauded the move. For buy and hold retail investors who are looking for […]

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Fidelity’s Deal With iShares is a Disaster For RIAs

March 14, 2013
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Yesterday Fidelity supposedly upped the ante in the ETF war with Schwab and TD Ameritrade by expanding its commission free iShares lineup to 65 ETFs. Every article I have seen on this so far has lauded the move. For buy and hold retail investors who are looking for […]

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Interesting Short Term Opportunity in Long Term Treasuries

February 13, 2013
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I am not a trader or market timer, but if I was I might be looking at long term Treasuries right now for the following reasons:1. Rates have backed up quite a bit as money has shifted out of bonds and into stocks based on the stock […]

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