- The biggest concern for investors right now should be a contested presidential election. Fearing the hanging chads.
- Regardless of who wins the election, the best bet might be gold. The one certain winner.
- Could $500,000 be the new number for retirement savings? Doing more with less.
- Templeton's Global Bond Fund (TPINX) boldly holds onto its Morningstar gold rating. Not for the faint of heart.
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Jeff Benjamin breaks down the game for advisers and clients.
The markets fear a contested presidential election
Plus: Going for the gold, retiring with a $500k nest egg, and Templeton Global Bond Fund under the microscope
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