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Jeff Benjamin

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Jeff Benjamin writes InvestmentNews’ bi-weekly On Investing column. He also writes stories related to investments, the economy and the markets. An avid golfer and fisherman, Jeff is a self-professed investment nerd "just trying to make a difference and get paid for it."

Recent Articles

Deutsche Bank says fiscal stimulus can't save us

Jul 29, 2016

Plus: Gold investors love this Fed, really cheap ETFs, and an alternative to summer reading

Active ETFs produce few stars and even fewer fans

Jul 28, 2016

Mutual fund firms move defensively toward active ETFs

The Fed sits on its hands

Jul 28, 2016

Plus: Buying at the top, saving for retirement or else, and good funds with short track records

Catching a ride on the next oil-market rebound

Jul 27, 2016

Plus: The Fed goes after Goldman, shorting Deutsche Bank, and apps to make you more financially savvy

Bond investors should be sweating a looming Treasury glut

Jul 26, 2016

Plus: The real cost of socially responsible investing, how to invest in bonds, and qualified charitable distributions

Liquid alt imposters fall to the wayside

Jul 25, 2016

Investors continue to ignore market hedging strategies

Decades after being barred, 85-year-old investment fraudster strikes again

Jul 25, 2016

Plus: The SEC rolls out the red carpet for active ETFs, 2016 is about buying on the dips, and this is what your clients need to retire

Keep index funds in perspective in the active-passive debate

Jul 22, 2016

The debate favors active because calculations are often skewed

Step aside bears, the market's next growth mode is kicking in

Jul 22, 2016

Plus: Emerging market bond ETFs earn some love, what might Pimco's new CEO be thinking, and using indexed strategies to your advantage

Goldman says U.S. investors should keep their portfolios local

Jul 21, 2016

Plus: Diversification varies when it comes to ETFs, Wall Street starts cutting pay, and the next President will need to figure out how to handle Congress

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