- The flip side of Donald Trump's focus on U.S. debt could hurt ordinary Americans who own more Treasury bonds than any of the better-known holders of our debt, including China, Japan and Saudi Arabia. Americans own almost $5 trillion in U.S. Treasury bonds.
- Hedge fund investors had a generally disappointing 2015, but it was a different story for hedge fund managers. The 25 best-paid hedge fund managers took home $13 billion last year.
- Bernie Sanders proves once again to be big on talk, but short on the research in his rant against activist investor Carl Icahn. Setting the record straight.
- Making smart sense of smart beta. Watch out, active management.
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