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Is It Time to Dial Back the Risk

March 31, 2012
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It’s Time To Dial Back The RiskThere was an article in the WSJ today suggesting that investors should dial back the risk.  If you look at the numbers this might actually be a decent idea.  For the first part of the year “riskier” areas of the market […]

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Why Treasuries Won’t Crater

March 24, 2012
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Why Treasuries Won’t CraterArticle in the WSJ today about investors tweaking their bond holdings vs. overhauling them.  Since Treasury yields have backed up there has been a debate about whether the long anticipated bear market in Treasury bonds is here.  At the end of the […]

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Why Treasuries Won’t Crater

March 24, 2012
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Why Treasuries Won’t CraterArticle in the WSJ today about investors tweaking their bond holdings vs. overhauling them.  Since Treasury yields have backed up there has been a debate about whether the long anticipated bear market in Treasury bonds is here.  At the end of the day it […]

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Head For The Hills?

March 19, 2012
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This from the Wall Street Journal Today:Head for the hills—at least if you put much stock in the dark art of technical analysis. Three influential market-timers believe the end is nigh for the stock-market rally. Joe Granville, who single-handedly sparked a large drop […]

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