- There is something amiss when safe-haven investments move into bubble territory. The utilities sector is up 21% so far this year. The category is being described as extremely overextended and valuations look dangerously high.
- Seems like we've heard this story before. At least one trader says gold has unlimited upside. Up 28% this year to a two-year high.
- There are ways to advise clients through turbulent times. Focusing on the outcomes.
- The case for paying two months' worth of rent for a piece of art. Instagram is changing the art-buying game.
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The safe-haven utilities sector has become extremely overextended
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