- When liquid alternative mutual funds start beating the hedge funds they're designed to mimic, it begs the question of why we even need hedge funds anymore? The retail-oriented funds are also cheaper than hedge funds.
- Using the tricky math of capital gains taxes to your advantage. Step one, separating short-term capital gains and losses from long-term capital gains and losses.
- Here's something novel, how about an index fund that only invests in companies that embrace a long-term focus. “We have to do things to stop that short term focus.”
- If dividend yields are your thing, you're going to like these stocks. The reliability of dividend income.
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