- If you're happy with the stock market, you can thank the existence of high-frequency trading. Creating the best market ever for individual investors.
- The appetite for gold is swelling once again. The ETF inflows are huge.
- A note for your empty-nester clients, have them clean out their stuff so their kids don't have to take on that overwhelming chore. What happens to my things?
- In the spirit of this weekend's Players Championship golf tournament, let's take a look at the best golfers in finance. As the saying goes, if you can't break 90 you've got no business playing golf, and if you're breaking 80 you've got no business. Bill Gross' handicap is 12.9.
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Plus: Another gold rush, how to tell your empty-nester clients to clean things up, and take a look at the best golfers in finance
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