- U.S. corporations are signaling that they think interest rates are going higher, eventually. Bond sales top $1.5 trillion for a new record. Bond sales driven by record-low interest rates
- The stage is being set for another global currency war, which bodes well for the surging U.S. dollar. Bracing for too much of a good thing
- Falling oil prices caught portfolio managers flat footed, leaving a lot of investors with outdated portfolios. Loading up on industrial-goods and consumer-products stocks
- Making 2015 the year you maxed out your 401(k). It's not a crazy goal. Building wealth
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