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    Time to jump on the M&A bandwagon

    This week's announced $6.25 billion acquisition of Nuveen Investments Inc. by TIAA-CREF stands out as the latest evidence that the math continues to make sense for consolidation, and that the M&A space is alive and well. And the good news is, it's not too late to gain some exposure to the deal

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    Using digital potholes to slow the pace of high-frequency traders

    Breakfast with Benjamin: Fighting technology with technology. Plus: Know your ETF or don't invest, how not to advise clients, a pyramid to financial success, biotech on the rebound, and Russia addresses meat shortage with the Easter turkey

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    Time to sell stocks?

    Amid the stock market's selloff, adviser Paul Schatz has been getting asked whether the bull is dead and a full-blown, multi-year correction is beginning.

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    Markets brave a presidential-cycle speed bump

    Breakfast with Benjamin: It's a bad time for stocks, based on the presidential cycle. Plus: The Nasdaq tests correction territory; most money managers think U.S. stocks are pricey (but there is a market they love); a tech ETF for nervous investors; what advisers wish investors knew; and having ...

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    Stocks search for direction on a data-rich day

    Breakfast with Benjamin: Which way for stocks on big data day? Plus: The downside of low rates; GM gets some love; Earth Day and earthy companies; the surging price of shrimp makes cheap food, well, less so; and reflection and hope in Boston.

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    Investors warming up to equities a little late in the game

    After watching the stock market climb from peak to peak last year, investors are finally starting to warm up to equities. More than 85% of investors are feeling optimistic about the investment landscape, and 74% think stocks have the greatest potential of any major asset class, according to a

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    Investors turn focus to first-quarter earnings

    Breakfast with Benjamin: All eyes are on earnings. Plus: The SEC discovers high-frequency trading, momentum takes out passive investors, AAA credit ratings becoming extinct, new love for emerging markets, six solid stocks to watch this week, overwhelmed at the IRS, and Switzerland votes for the ...

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    Stocks have worst week since 2012 as investors fret over valuations

    Major stock market indexes wrapped up their worst week since 2012 with more losses on Friday as investor concern over too-high stock prices sent them to the exits. With the S&P 500 erasing its gains for the year and earnings season just starting, is the long-awaited correction at hand?

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    BNY Mellon more valuable with asset management unit spun off: Analysts

    At annual meeting, CEO faces down analysts who say shareholders would gain more value if the big bank broke off Mellon.

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    Living with market volatility

    Breakfast with Benjamin: The bull run is not over; neither is the spike in volatility. Plus: The upside of suddenly cheaper stocks, JPMorgan's big miss, mutual fund investors always get creamed, placing speed bumps in front of high-frequency traders and not having Kathleen Sebelius to kick around

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    Coming off yesterday's big bounce, futures do not look bright for today

    Breakfast with Benjamin: Backing off the big bounce. Plus: Bill Gross confesses, Bank of America pays for cheesy marketing tactics, investing in wind energy and an urgent reminder to change those passwords

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    Weitz Investments calls 2014's market tough for active managers

    Weitz Investments calls the stock market tough for active managers and with equities trading at 85% to 90% of fair value, the money manager has socked cash away to take advantage of volatility.

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    Ally Financial IPO is banking on short investor memories

    Breakfast with Benjamin: One IPO hoping investors have a short memory. Plus: Bracing for weaker earnings, here comes Fed meeting minutes, bond market opportunities, shoving investors toward behavioral finance and refusing LinkedIn requests.

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    Investors turn on biotechnology as largest ETF in sector suffers record withdrawals

    But analysts divided over longer-term prospects: Some see end of bull market while others see pause.

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    Market stems sell-off but volatility is here to stay

    The short and sudden streak of market volatility took a breather on Tuesday as traders took advantage of pullbacks by some of the higher-beta stocks. But financial advisers and market watchers are still telling investors to remain buckled in because the volatility probably isn't over. “I think this

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