- Sometimes the best investment move is toward the sidelines, especially when stocks and bonds are both teetering near record highs. The case for cash.
- Former hedge funder, Steve Eisman, who is now with Neuberger Berman, says hedge fund fees are going the way of the white tennis ball. The end is near for lucrative 2-and-20 fee structures.
- Tip of the hat to American Growth Fund (AMREX) for becoming the first diversified mutual fund dedicated to the marijuana industry. The move is both edgy and aggressive because pot is still illegal at the federal level.
- The financial logic behind not getting married. Unmarried couples can deduct twice as much of their mortgage and home interest on tax returns.
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