- Bracing for the second half of the year. The headwinds are real and plentiful. Renewed concerns about the U.S. consumer
- Some public companies are starting to tweak their bylaws to deter shareholder litigation. It's still not clear if the bylaw changes can withstand scrutiny in court. You lose the lawsuit, you pay the legal fees
- Morningstar settles software piracy case out of court, so we'll never know who did what. There will be no trial
- JPMorgan jumps into the ETF space with its own smart-beta strategy. Designed as a core equity holding
- The case for beer stocks this summer. It's hot out, have another beer. Invest responsibly
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