- Just when the Fed felt it was safe to move off a zero-rate policy, suddenly all kinds of heck is busting loose in the high-yield bond market. Is it too late for the Fed to change course about a rate hike this week?
- The junk-bond rout still has legs. Continued weakness across the commodities complex.
- The 'Bogleheads' are road-testing their retirement plans. A hefty emphasis on index funds.
- All those shiny robo-advice platforms hoping to lure in millennials should know this, they don't have any money. Half of millennials don't even have $1,000 saved.
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