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Bill Gross rides derivatives around Fed policy
Breakfast with Benjamin: The Bond King levers up. Plus: There is nothing smooth about the Fed's next move, the first nail in hedge funds' coffin and more.
Advisers boost assets by 21%, helped by new clients, market gains
It's a good time to be an adviser, new InvestmentNews study shows, as assets, revenue, profit margins all climbed last year.
Bob Doll: Why the bull market isn't ending anytime soon
With all eyes on the Fed, Nuveen's Bob Doll explains why the U.S. market rally should continue.
A user's guide to this week's "Fedspeak"
On this morning's Breakfast with Benjamin menu, a guide to the Fed's upcoming comments, Calpers sends hedge funds out to pasture, getting on the stock-split bandwagon, and more.
Markets wait on the Fed's next move
Breakfast with Benjamin: Investors are waiting for Janet Yellen and the Fed to pull the trigger on rates. Plus: Buying Alibaba via ETFs; S&P and Nasdaq stocks start to separate; hedge funds ride the wave; and annuity product sales hitting double digits.
Tiny long-short equity mutual fund delivers huge gains
The phones rang a lot more than usual this summer at Biondo Group LLC, the small Pennsylvania investment firm tucked away near the Delaware Water Gap and the foothills of the Pocono Mountains.
MFS Names $438 billion investment chief Roberge as co-CEO
Will continue to serve as chief investment officer while joining with Manning in top spot.
Bond gurus say the rally is over
In today's Breakfast with Benjamin, bond experts weigh in on the state of the bond rally, hackers find nothing to steal from Obamacare site, the Fed goes after Libor and another reminder to diversify into alternatives.
Bringing back pooled 401(k) plans could derail a fund industry cash cow
Today's Breakfast with Benjamin menu features: Revisiting the idea of pooled 401(k) plans, plus Jack Bogle gives a half nod to Fed policy, the curious appeal of water ETFs, and more rich folks are calling for a market correction.
Morgan Stanley bets big on stocks
Breakfast with Benjamin covers Morgan Stanley getting ultra-bullish on stocks, Detroit's big bankruptcy trial kicking off, and how to tread lightly into the MLP space.
Possible fee refunds for poor performance spur debate
Offering refunds on managed-account fees when portfolios lose value grabbed readers' attention this week in the wake of news that TD Ameritrade Inc.'s retail advisory service had gotten the green light to pursue this approach. The hot-button issue drew strong reactions, though it wasn't the first
Ignore the bond bubble at your own risk
Breakfast wtih Benjamin: The case for reducing fixed income exposure gets more vivid, markets react to Pres. Obama's 'no strategy' remarks regarding ISIS, another perspective on income inequality, and more.
Smart beta, by any other name, is still smart
On today's Breakfast with Benjamin menu, a look at how smart beta has grown in prominence despite criticism, the performance-killing fees of active management, another type of corporate inversion, and more.
Warren Buffett's tax fairness doublespeak
In today's Breakfast with Benjamin, Warren Buffett's fails to put his money where his mouth is, Canada finds a sensible way to stop corporate inversions, the Fed pushes rate-hike rumors out to the end of next year, and more.
The Fed should raise rates, but it won't
Breakfast with Benjamin: The Fed should raise rates but... Plus: Financial advisers turn to options investing; the French government calls it quits; the SEC goes after asset-backed bonds; another Obamacare surprise; and what is really the most important meal of the day