- Wage growth could catch the Fed off guard. Despite the upbeat notion of higher pay, this could put inflation worries front and center. 'When the dam breaks, it breaks'
- The SEC's halfway fix of money funds: Float the net asset value for institutions but not for individuals. A risky safe bet
- A golden cross for Goldman Sachs has broader implications for investors. Good entry points
- Because there's a sucker born every minute, a federal judge is blocking public access to Jordan Belfort's list of people he scammed during a life depicted in The Wolf of Wall Street. Turns out, the 'once bitten, twice shy' adage does not apply to financial scams
- Big city life ain't all it's cracked up to be, but the money is better. Maybe that explains why city folks wear so much black
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Jeff Benjamin breaks down the game for advisers and clients.
The Fed is now fretting about wage growth and surprise inflation
Plus: The SEC's half fix for money funds, a golden cross for Goldman, judge blocks 'Wall Street Wolf's' sucker list, and big city life can be a drag
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