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Josh Brown's The Takeaway: Monday Nov. 5

Alan Goldfarb, Carl Richards, Dick Bove and the best stuff from around the web

Nov 5, 2012 @ 9:52 am

By Downtown Josh Brown


Everything You Wanted to Know About CEFs and Weren't Afraid to Ask. (Morningstar)

Russell Koesterich says high yield is looking expensive here. (Advisor Perspectives)

Ken Faulkenberry walks us through the difference between interest compounding and dividend growth compounding. (AAAMP)


The Biz

Shocker - Alan Goldfarb, CFP board director, suddenly resigned Friday. What's going on? (Investment News)

The Mutual Fund Observer letter for November 2012 is out, includes a look at T. Rowe Price's last decade and the deleveraging of the Legg Mason brand. (Mutual Fund Observer)

BlackRock announces its new "Core" iShares ETFs, the latest salvo in the fee wars. Your move, Vanguard. (Morningstar)

"Young millionaires – those ages 44 and younger – are four times more likely to express interest in a blog or tweets from their advisor, and nearly six times more likely to say they'd like their advisor to be on Facebook." (Millionaire Corner) (hat tip Kitces)

Bob Seawright talks to Carl Richards, and they didn't invite me :( (Above the Market)

Financial Advisor ranked 6th Best Job in America! Really? (CNNMoney)


In case your firm was shopping for a new bank analyst, Dick Bove may become available shortly... (Bloomberg)


Disclaimer: Joshua Brown is an investment advisor representative with Fusion Analytics. The content above is for informational purposes only, nothing here should ever be construed as investment advice or a solicitation to trade any securities. Mr. Brown or his firm may be long or short securities mentioned above for client or personal accounts at any time.


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