- Hedge fund shop West Oak Capital added another $1.3 million worth of Charles Schwab Corp. stock, upping its total stake to more than 46,000 shares. Raising the price target for Schwab stock.
- Ted Cruz visits New York and decides to take on the Federal Reserve. The Fed is “playing games with money.”
- Investing in bonds has never been so accessible and so difficult at the same time. There are 99 places to trade bonds, but virtually no liquidity.
- The vanishing homeownership tax break is driving more people toward the world of renting. Challenging the validity of the mortgage interest deduction.
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