- Turns out the key to navigating the current market environment is to do whatever hedge funds are not doing. It's that simple. Crushing the S&P 500 this year.
- The Natixis CGM Focus Fund is calling it quits after 48 years. One of the oldest mutual funds shuts down.
- The trend of declining mortgage debt suggests Americans are becoming more responsible with their finances, and maybe a little nervous about the health of the economy. The slowing pace of home buying.
- The one thing that will help you ride out the next recession or market downturn is time. If you aren't near or in retirement, don't sweat it.
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Jeff Benjamin breaks down the game for advisers and clients.
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Plus: Natixis CGM Focus Fund shuts down after 48 years, the story behind declining mortgage debt, and how to ride out a market downturn
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