- Morgan Stanley gets ultra-bullish, says the S&P's 200% climb off the bottom is just the beginning. S&P at 3,000 is possible
- Millennials are losing ground in retirement planning by living in the moment. Financial advisers have their work cut out for them. Young people can't imagine themselves as gray-haired and retired
- Detroit's historic bankruptcy trial starts today. Potentially setting precedent in the muni bond market. City tries to cut $12 billion in unsecured debt down to $5 billion
- Sifting through the MLP space for appropriate retirement portfolio products. Don't forget to ask yourself, why you are investing in MLPs. Start very slowly
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Plus: Young people are living for the moment and ignoring the future, Detroit's big bankruptcy trial finally starts, and how to tread lightly into the master limited partnership space
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