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Where to invest during the run-up to the presidential election
Breakfast with Benjamin: As the dollars get thrown around the mud starts flying, you might as well invest along for the ride.
Oil-price slide is starting to get scary
Breakfast with Benjamin: Talk of an oil comeback is fading fast. Plus: Some good news for gold investors, bankers head for greener pastures, and a St. Patty's Day spelling bee
DoubleLine's Jeffery Gundlach says 'blockhead' Fed should postpone raising rates
$44.6 billion DoubleLine Total Return Fund manager says central bank should hold off on raising rates; gives a nod toward gold, India equities and shorting the dollar.
Alternatives make push for retirement accounts
Being used in target date funds, but higher fees may prevent widespread use
Fresh rate-hike rumors will be testing investor nerves this week
Breakfast with Benjamin: Investors' nerves tested by rate hike talk this week. Plus: Most of the world's major oil projects are doing just fine at current price levels, retirement savings in a nutshell, and the chokehold of consumer debt.
Nasdaq Index: Then & Now
Drag the vertical slide left and right to compare how life has changed since 2000, the last time the popular index hit 5,000.
The new world for oil is a manageable $65 a barrel
Breakfast with Benjamin: Where the price of oil is likely to settle. Plus: On the responsibility of retirement plan sponsors and mutual fund directors; don't get blown away by the new jobs report and banks pass stress tests with flying colors.
Merrill Lynch tells its advisers to get some water
Nontraditional investment could benefit from long-term trends, values-based investing: CIO Bartels.
Smart money moving to the sidelines as earnings signal flashes red
Breakfast with Benjamin: Earnings signal flashing red, sending some investors to the sidelines, Gross sets a timeline, Bernanke wants the president to have more power, ETF investors hedge currencies and chase corporate bonds, and the first-year numbers behind Colorado's legal weed.
Advisers slow to embrace socially responsible investments sought by clients
Despite being increasingly in-demand from clients like Bryan Wilson (pictured), advisers have been slow to embrace socially responsible investments. (Plus: Our full Impact Investing special report)
The bond market and the Fed are suddenly marching in lockstep
Breakfast with Benjamin: The bond market and the Fed are suddenly marching in lockstep, with inflation clarity coming soon.
Is OPEC about to flinch and cut oil production?
Breakfast with Benjamin: OPEC might be rethinking their strategy of flooding the market with oil to crush the fracking industry.
Gold loses its luster on the global stage
Breakfast with Benjamin: A stronger dollar and record valuations for global stocks have kicked the precious metal to the curb.
Did Merrill Lynch's latest high-profile recruiting coup break the bank?
Breakfast with Benjamin A record Merrill Lynch signing bonus might have pushed its monetary limit. Plus: Loving European stocks but hating the euro, taking a fresh look at gold, and protecting the nest egg from rising drug costs.
The Fed's first interest rate hike hits another speed bump
Breakfast with Benjamin: The Fed continues to hem and haw on raising interest rates. Plus: Options-based funds get it done, hedge funder spills the beans on 2015, and the outlook for oil prices is all over the map.