- Presidential candidates are not always good at managing their own money, and voters don't care, or need to. Congress has control of the budget
- If growth stocks are still beating value, does that shoot all kinds of holes in the argument for smart beta strategies? The rich companies get richer
- Private-equity investing is easy if you can manage to stick with what you know, and ignore everything else. There's a reason they call it a comfort zone
- Happy Veterans Day. To those who served, there are lots of businesses out there looking to show some gratitude. Free meals and discounts
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