- It is time to get real about this stock market by accepting the fact that it is near the end, but not yet at the end, of a bull run. In other words, volatility is part of life for a while. Managing expectations
- The upside of this market pullback is showing up in the form of a few new values. Buying on the dips
- At JPMorgan, the nation's largest bank by assets, first-quarter profits fell by 19%. Shares down 2% and falling
- Regardless of the time periods, mutual fund investors just can't seem to beat the market. Making the same mistakes over and over
- The latest effort to address the growing impact of high-frequency trading practices comes from a N.Y. securities regulator who is proposing electronic speed bumps. Sounds super logical, even if it isn't possible. Leveling the field
- Sebelius finally hits the bricks in the latest reform of health care reform. Shifting the Obamacare debate
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Jeff Benjamin breaks down the game for advisers and clients.
Living with market volatility
Plus: The upside of suddenly cheaper stocks, JPMorgan's big miss, mutual fund investors always get creamed, placing speed bumps in front of high-frequency traders and not having Kathleen Sebelius to kick around anymore
Apr 11, 2014 @ 7:48 am
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