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Anyone Who Still Believes That Wall Street Analysts Can Produce Unbiased Advice I Have a Bridge in Brooklyn to Sell You

August 26, 2011
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AIG Gets Tough on Analyst Views Lets assume for a moment that research analysts can actually predict what stocks to buy and what stocks to sell. The bottom line is, and will always be, research is not a profit center, investment banking is. Do you want to be […]

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The Pitfalls of Automatic Portfolio Rebalancing

August 25, 2011
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Was just quoted in the Franklin Prosperity Report on portfolio rebalancing. I would provide you a link to the quote but I sent them my headshot to go along with the quote. There must have been a mixup, they got the quote right but put in someone elses […]

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The Pitfalls of Automatic Portfolio Rebalancing

August 25, 2011
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Was just quoted in the Franklin Prosperity Report on portfolio rebalancing. I would provide you a link to the quote but I sent them my headshot to go along with the quote. There must have been a mixup, they got the quote right but put in someone elses […]

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Never Underestimate How Wrong Everyone Else Can Be

August 25, 2011
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Watching CNBC this morning and some guy they were interviewing had one of the best quotes I have ever heard–“Never underestimate how wrong everyone else can be”. A lot of people make their investment decisions by getting recommendations from the so called “smart money” the problem with […]

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