- Bond gurus speculate on the end of the bond rally. Tepper says it's over; Gundlach says it's range bound
- Hackers access Obamacare site and find nothing to steal. At least that's what the government is reporting. Someone 'accidently connected it to the Internet'
- The Fed wants to replace Libor as a benchmark for the interbank lending market. Trying to avoid a 'horrible mess'
- Another big study on alternative investments reminds us what we already know: Risk is high, so diversify. Institutional investors lead the way
- Kicking off football season with a makeshift NFL index. Why not. Team jerseys, beer, chicken wings
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Jeff Benjamin breaks down the game for advisers and clients.
Bond gurus say the rally is over
Plus: Hackers find nothing to steal from Obamacare site, the Fed goes after Libor, another reminder to diversify into alternatives, and kick off the football season with an NFL index
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