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- Don't make the mistake of overlooking U.S. oil production when celebrating the oil-price rally. U.S. production spikes after eight months of declines.
- As cash management gets more complicated with the October rule change for money market funds, now is a good time for a primer on cash allocations. Morningstar's Christine Benz breaks it down.
- Singing the virtues of bond laddering. What better way to dodge the impact of higher rates on bond portfolios? No fund fees, no hot money issues, no problem.
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