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Jeff Benjamin

Senior Columnist

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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

Why performance-chasing investors will love the new 5-year rolling averages

Oct 27, 2016

The flipside is the 3-year averages are getting worse

Janus in a double whammy as assets flee and revenue drops

Oct 27, 2016

Plus: How Clinton and Trump won't save Social Security, more scrutiny for sales charges, and taking the 5% challenge

Why the AT&T-Time Warner merger bodes ill for the market

Oct 26, 2016

Plus: The wealthy prepare for Clinton's tax hikes, bullish on financial and health-care stocks, and those expensive World Series tickets

Hillary Clinton-Donald Trump slugfest could permanently alter US politics: Horizon Investments' political strategist

Oct 25, 2016

Speaking during the opening of the Schwab Impact conference Monday, Greg Valliere says the Republican Party could break into two within months after the election

Investors want more government spending

Oct 25, 2016

Also, Wells Fargo's biggest non-performing asset is its board, Kansas clamps down on bad news, and the ruby slippers are saved

Investopedia Anxiety Index a step ahead of the VIX?

Oct 24, 2016

The financial encyclopedia website has started measuring online searches as a way to forecast buying and selling in the markets

Despite the temptation, an all-stock portfolio is crazy

Oct 24, 2016

Plus: Investors think the Fed will hike in December, here come the boring post-DOL portfolios, and now is a good time to ask for a raise

American Funds files for new share class to cut fund expense ratios

Oct 21, 2016

F3 shares trim expense ratios by about 37 basis points

Investor exodus forcing hedge fund managers to take big pay cuts

Oct 21, 2016

Plus: The dollar spikes as the ECB stays loose, big companies supporting small companies, and health insurance companies turn a blind eye to climate change

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