- In case you didn't believe the last oil market rebound, here's another opportunity to jump on the bandwagon. The chance to get in is coming up for long-term investors.
- The Fed is taking action against Goldman Sachs that could include a hefty fine. New York regulators have already fined Goldman $50 million.
- Hedge funder puts Deutsche Bank on his short list, and claims the bank is going to be nationalized. That's gotta hurt. The “best hedge of any portfolio.”
- If you're going to stare at your phone, anyway, why not load it up with some useful financial apps? Getting some technological help making savvy financial moves.
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