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Bond Bets Paid Off—-LAST YEAR

January 8, 2012
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From the WSJ this weekend:Last year saw better returns for bonds than for stocks on average—and that shaped the comparative performance of target-date funds for retirement.Funds geared to recent retirees or older workers, because of their bigger bond holdings, generally did better than the […]

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Wall Street Research is Still Biased

January 5, 2012
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Interesting article in the WSJ today about an internet analyst at Citi who has been drawing hot IPOs to his firm. This just serves to highlight the fact that even after the changes that were made in 2003, Wall Street research is still biased and always will be […]

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Wall Street Research is Still Biased

January 5, 2012
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Interesting article in the WSJ today about an internet analyst at Citi who has been drawing hot IPOs to his firm. This just serves to highlight the fact that even after the changes that were made in 2003, Wall Street research is still biased and always will be […]

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Where to Put Your Money in 2012, Maybe Not

January 5, 2012
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Just read an Op Ed in the WSJ from Burton Malkiel about where to put your money in 2012. At least he starts off admitting that it is virtually impossible to make short term forecasts:Presenting an annual investment outlook is a hazardous task. At the start of […]

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