- The trend of hedge fund redemptions could mark a turning point for pricey strategies that sometimes underperform. 'The fourth quarter will be flat and possibly negative.'
- Not that we're expecting anything too dramatic in the way of Fed activity, but here's what could happen to your bond funds if rates ever do actually rise. Brace for some short-term pain.
- It's never too late to help your clients trim their tax bill. Roth re-characterization rules.
- Holiday shopping when money is no object. For example, if you wanted to get something for the author of Breakfast with Benjamin. A $60,000 watch, a $1,700 bottle of wine, or a $14,000 bicycle.
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