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SEC to mutual fund industry: Stop promising safety and protection

Plus: The QE government bonanza, JPMorgan's Twitter beat down, SAC Capital trial could go inside the hedge fund

Nov 14, 2013 @ 6:38 am

By Jeff Benjamin

The SEC's latest guidance on overly ambitious mutual fund names could, and should, lead to some nomenclature revisions. Heightened scrutiny on fund names suggesting safety or protection from loss

Five years' worth of quantitative easing has been good for government, but has not been the force behind the stock market run, a McKinsey study finds. Government costs reduced by $1.6 trillion

JPMorgan gets a quick lesson on the brutal flipside of social media, cancels Twitter- based Q&A. What's your favorite type of whale?

The SAC Capital Advisors insider trading trial, kicking off next week, could provide a rare look inside the infamous hedge fund manager's portfolio. The first of two trials tied to the hedge fund run by Steven A. Cohen

Using P/E ratios to determine a stock's upside and downside price targets. Finding stocks trading below price targets

Obamacare enrollment numbers by state. 16,404 signed up in New York, 42 in North Dakota Meanwhile, Nancy Pelosi's math tells a different story.

And, finally, for all you Shark Tank fans out there, here is more proof that necessity is the mother of invention. Keeping a non-swimming goldfish afloat


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