- JPMorgan and Madoff: The plot thickens. Egregious oversights
- Prudential Financial goes full-court bullish on the economy. Thinking two moves ahead of the market
- What we learned from 2013's whopping ETF inflows. ETFs are different and so are ETF investors
- How and why gold bugs have taken such a beatdown. What a difference two years can make
- Investing in the legal marijuana boom. Servicing the pot industry
- How will for-profit prison stocks respond to the legalized pot trend? Prison profit margins
- Kraft Foods is warning of a Velveeta shortage. Running out of fake cheese as we head into fake cheese season, aka Super Bowl parties
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Plus: Prudential stays bullish, lessons from ETF inflows, how gold bugs got squashed, pot stocks versus prison stocks, and Kraft warns of Velveeta shortage as Super Bowl approaches
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