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    That awkward moment when the Fed realizes it can't raise interest rates

    Breakfast with Benjamin: William Dudley, president of the New York Fed, says delaying a rate hike until 2016 'will be awkward.'

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    DoubleLine's Gundlach outperforms Loomis' Fuss and Janus' Gross in recent market rout

    Jeffrey Gundlach's $48.2 billion DoubleLine Total Return Bond Fund returned 0.7% over the past month while his peers showed losses.

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    Advisers hold steady on equities despite seeing more drops ahead

    InvestmentNews survey shows most financial professionals in "wait and see" mode, while some consider rebalancing. (Don't miss: Investors react to market's move.)

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    Market tumult pushes Federal Reserve rate hike expectations out

    A long-anticipated move by the Fed to raise interest rates next month would be “very strange,” given the volatility rocking financial markets, according to the top bond strategist for Charles Schwab's retail research unit.

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    Jeffrey Gundlach says the stock market pullback is just getting started

    Breakfast with Benjamin DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach thinks that as painful as it's been over the past week, the markets still need a thorough housecleaning.

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    Global financial turmoil brings the Fed's plan into focus

    Breakfast with Benjamin: Asia's biggest economy is slowing, the Fed is about to kick off an interest rate tightening cycle, and China has just devalued its currency. Is the current market turmoil foreshadowing yet another region-wide bust?

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    At least one timing signal is already saying it is time to sell stocks

    Breakfast with Benjamin: One troubling result of Thursday's big stock drop, in which the Dow industrials lost 358 points, or just over 2%, is that the market's oldest timing signal flashed a sell signal.

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    Unwinding the Fed's giant bond portfolio might not hurt much

    Breakfast with Benjamin: For bond investors worried about what might happen when the Fed starts whittling down its $2.46 trillion of Treasuries, there's good news.

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    Why the good times for gold bulls won't last long

    The prospect for higher rates prompted investors to snub gold, since it doesn't pay interest, unlike competing assets. Low inflation, a rally in equities and a stronger dollar have also weighed on prices.

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    How to not get gobbled up when the next bear market arrives

    Breakfast with Benjamin: Avoid these investing missteps when the next bear rumbles through the market.

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    DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach says $40 oil is something to worry about

    Breakfast with Benjamin DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach believes $40 oil is something investors should be worried about.

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    Facebook stock-fraud venture lands fund manager in hot water

    Breakfast with Benjamin: Tampa-based fund manager to plead guilty to investment fraud in relation to $9M worth of Facebook stock he purchased then sold and was caught short when the stock price rebounded.

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    Falling commodity prices draw speculators and speculation

    Even with crude oil now hovering around $45 a barrel, there is debate over whether it is time to buy or steer clear of the global commodity.

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    The Fed's rate-hike plan now sees an obstacle in the form of China

    Breakfast with Benjamin: China could stand in the way, as their market struggles create a risk of tightening into a slowing global economy.

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    Crashing commodity prices will give the Fed one more reason to not raise rates

    Breakfast with Benjamin: Crashing commodity prices are real, and the result might be another delay to the Fed's rate hike.