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    Russia troubles worry big investors

    Cascading economic troubles spark concern over possible Moscow market controls.

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    Tax pain on the way for active funds with big capital gains

    Six years into the bull market, losses booked from the financial crisis have all been used up.

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    Stocks carry momentum into the holiday-shortened trading week

    Monday's Breakfast with Benjamin features stocks poised to move higher in a holiday-shortened week. Plus: Lots of data in just a few days, OPEC plays a game of chicken, and using dividend stocks to make up for an under-funded retirement portfolio

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    Advisers and analysts scramble to make sense of a wild market ride

    As the dust began to settle Friday on a wild week for stocks, financial advisers and market analysts scrambled to make sense of it all.Despite a two-day run in which the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained nearly 700 points, the blue chip benchmark is essentially where it was the day after

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    Janus sees Gross as a 'game changer'

    After years of redemptions and on its third CEO, Denver investment company is giving the ball to the Bond King.

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    Coming off a big year, Janus files for exotic ETFs

    Janus Capital Group Inc. this year has already snagged the world's most famous bond fund manager and acquired a manufacturer of exchange-traded funds.But it has even bigger plans in the ETF market, and they go beyond Bill Gross, according to filings with federal regulators.The fund manager late

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    Shrugging off diversification, more advisers chase stock market performance

    On Friday's Breakfast with Benjamin, advisers are starting to shun alternatives to avoid the risk of missing out on the stock market's run. Plus: Venezuela's sinking credit rating, attractive valuations even at these prices, and investing rules from Stephen Colbert

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    Restored Cuba relations will lead to travel, cigars, not investment opportunities

    Even if Cuba's economy doubled, it still wouldn't be 'big enough to move the needle for the U.S.'

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    Pimco plucks two from Schroders for equities expansion effort

    Giles Money joins as a money manager in global growth equity strategies and Lucrecia Tam as an equity analyst focused on industrials,

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    How to make good use of long-term capital gains

    With stocks up sharply since 2009, a lot of people have long-term capital gains in taxable portfolios and can make cost-effective tax moves by donating appreciated stock.

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    Here comes Santa Claus right down Wall Street

    Rumors of the bull market's demise have be exaggerated, so don't count the annual Santa Claus rally out.

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    Fed sends rate signal and markets react

    Breakfast with Benjamin: Janet Yellen and her Fed colleagues remove a key phrase in discussing rates and stocks rally, gold declines. Plus: Is it good news for savers? And an offbeat year-end list; Obama normalizes relations with Cuba.

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    Russia crisis hits Pimco

    Midweek Breakfast with Benjamin: If it isn't Bill Gross, it's something else. Plus: The Russia crisis is hitting some 401(k)s too; the bull market could be in jeopardy; who's going to calm the markets; cuts at Wells and giving finance a bad name.

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    Shunning Apple tops long list of bad market calls in 2014

    Didn't buy Apple stock this year? Shares of the world's largest company rose four times more than the S&P 500 as chief executive Tim Cook's product plans eased concern over the company's future growth. Plus other missed opportunities of the year.

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    The strange tale of Wall Street's bull

    The tale of Wall Street's bull. Plus: Gross, Gundlach disagree; the $72 million high school trader; Yahoo's big score; Goldman's liquidity call and Russia's rate hike.