- Goldman Sachs is sending out a warning on the realities of duration risk in bond portfolios. Now would be a good time to rethink that long-dated bond exposure. Just a modest backup in rates could inflict outsized losses.
- Regardless of which candidate wins this unorthodox presidential election, there's an ETF strategy to employ. Gotcha covered.
- Separating fact from fiction when it comes to ETF investing. Myth No. 2: ETFs are riskier than mutual funds.
- The bloom is now officially off the Obamacare rose. The latest Democrat to publicly eat crow.
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