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The Takeaway: Goodbye and thank you, Jim O'Neill

Feb 5, 2013 @ 2:01 pm

By Josh Brown

Portfolio

Meet the low-key active bond manager who's beating Pimco. (Focus On Funds)

The T.I.N.A. problem could be the key to this market. (The Reformed Broker)

BlackRock: These will be the 3 big trends in institutional ETF use this year. (Financial Planning)

The Biz

UBS reports a lousy quarter - save for wealth management. (Investment News)

The investment chief for Merrill's retail unit is moving on... (Reuters)

S&P responds to DoJ suit. (DealBook)

Finra keeping a close eye on higher-risk munis in 2013. (Financial Planning)

Outliers

Jim O'Neill - of BRIC fame - is stepping down from Goldman Sachs. (Business Insider)

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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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