- In case you needed another reason to diversify beyond just the roaring ride of an all-stock portfolio. Rarely is an investor able to stomach the full ride.
- Believe it or not, investors are increasing their bets on higher interest rates. Sensing a Fed move in December.
- Thanks to the DOL fiduciary rule, we should get used to 'cookie cutter' portfolios. Low-cost sameness.
- Time to knot up that tie, polish your shoes, and go ask your boss for a raise. Wage growth is at a post-financial-crisis high.
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