- The stock market hunkers down for a rough earnings season. The market's worst quarter in four years shows no sign of reversing course. Corporate earnings are expected to decline 4.1%
- What to really expect from a 60/40 allocation to stocks and bonds. If you consider it in terms of five-year returns it is a much smoother ride
- When a billionaire hedge funder goes on a multicity real estate shopping spree, is it time to buy REITs? Setting price records in three cities
- Former Fed chairman Ben Bernanke relies on hindsight to say how things should have been handled in the wake of the financial crisis. There should have been 'more accountability at the individual level'
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