- Cheap access to the broad equity market that goes well beyond the S&P 500. Annual fees of just 0.05%
- Goldman Sachs is calling for a strong 2014 for China's Hang Seng Index. Best year since the 62% surge in 2009
- It is time to face the reality of big capital gains. Mutual fund investors confront a stiff tax bill
- What does the Hilton IPO say about hotel stocks? Second-largest IPO of the year
- The growth of long-only hedge fund strategies shows how conservative investors have come to dominate the alternative investing space. Non-traditional hedge fund strategies
- China's yuan has passed the euro to become the second-most used global trade currency. A 2.3% appreciation against the U.S. dollar this year
- When it comes to holiday shopping, spending and celebrating, the Brits make Americans look like rank amateurs. This is also a busy time for U.K. drinking establishments
- The UAW is trying to combat the economics of a shrinking membership base by introducing its first dues hike since 1967. Already the richest U.S. union with $1 billion in assets
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