- What do all the really smart economic forecasters see for 2016? Volatility, baby. Take advantage of stock price swings.
- The Fed's tiny little rate hike isn't likely to be enough to derail corporate America's borrowing binge. Next year is expected to be the fifth straight for more than $1 trillion worth of bond issuance by corporate America.
- Now that the U.S. has lifted the ban on exporting oil, one of the best oil trades is about to go down the drain. The price discount that underpinned the model has been removed.
- A biotech-focused hedge fund has been having a very good year. While hedge funds, on average, have fallen by more than 3% this year, Perceptive Life Sciences Offshore Fund gained 27.8%.
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