- When the Fed is likely to raise rates and when the Fed should raise rates are necessarily the same. Don't hold your breath for higher rates anytime soon
- The thirst for diversification is driving more financial advisers to options investing. Three out of five advisers have used options in the past 12 months
- French government shows the world how to lead, by resigning. A new government to be formed on Tuesday. That was easy
- The SEC will vote on requiring sellers of asset-backed bonds to actually show the assets. Better late than never. Dodd-Frank to the rescue
- Another Obamacare surprise. Those tax credits are likely to wipeout millions of individual tax refunds. Oops. More than a third of tax credit recipients will owe some money back
- Corporate inversions have ground to a near halt since President Obama's July 24 assertion that such companies were 'corporate deserters.' When politics collides with the bottom line
- It turns out, your mom was wrong. Breakfast is not the most important meal of the day. More activity offset by more calories consumed
Investment Insights: The Blogblog
Jeff Benjamin breaks down the game for advisers and clients.
The Fed should raise rates, but it won't
Plus, The French government calls it quits, the SEC goes after asset-backed bonds, another Obamacare surprise, financial advisers turn to options investing, corporate inversions go silent, and breakfast is not the most important meal of the day
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