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Oil traders are liquidating positions as oil prices drop and uncertainty mounts
Breakfast with Benjamin: Oil traders put on their seatbelts. Plus: Hedge funds becoming mutual funds; it's going to be a good holiday for tech gadget junkies; and the big difference between a purebred heritage turkey and the one you'll probably be eating tomorrow.
Mutual funds to face new rules from SEC on portfolio holdings
The agency's goal is to ensure funds are liquid enough to meet client redemptions.
John Hancock pushes for liquid alts in retirement plans
Breakfast with Benjamin:Shopping season bodes well for stocks. Plus: John Hancock pushes for liquid alts in retirement plans; being thankful for seasonal market timing; and learning to fly drones for fun and profit
Pimco could withstand losing another $350 billion before asset flow starts to pinch
Morningstar report says outflows of $300B to $350B in next few years could hit firm's bonus pool, lead to key departures.
The economic immigration issue President Obama isn't ready to talk about
On Friday's Breakfast with Benjamin, the immigration issue President Obama isn't ready to talk about. Plus: Morgan Stanley's wealth management riddle, chilly weather heats up commodities, and an honest look at Wall Street's culture of dishonesty.
Morgan Stanley courts athletes, entertainers with new wealth unit
Brokers take a three-day training program on how to cater to those clients.
As oil prices fall, investment opportunities emerge
For most people, the dramatic drop in oil prices over the past few months has been welcomed in the form of cheaper gasoline prices. But for investors, the story is less clear.Beyond the obvious pain felt by energy producers as the price of oil drops closer to a production break-even point, there
Federal Reserve's next move might not be until 2016
Tuesday Breakfast with Benjamin: Why the Fed's first interest rate hike could be pushed off even further. Plus: What happens when all asset classes stand still, cutting into timber investments, and a Goldman hedge fund swings and misses on interest rates
Robo advice meets alternative investments
New platform aspires to be an alternatives outsource for financial advisers.
BlackRock, Precidian pull applications for new ETF type
BlackRock Inc. (BLK) and Precidian Investments pulled applications for a new type of exchange-traded fund that wouldn't disclose holdings daily, after regulators said they planned to reject them.
Advisers need to crack fund managers' narrative
Due diligence: Are you accepting without challenge everything managers are telling you?
Investment managers ditching 60/40 portfolios in favor of more liquid alternatives
On its last legs, the 60/40 portfolio will be replaced by 30/30/40, some managers say.
Warren Buffett's railroad buyout sees big returns thanks to oil boom
Days after Warren Buffett announced his $26.5 billion buyout of railroad BNSF, he insisted that he had paid a steep price to own a business that would benefit his company, Berkshire Hathaway Inc., over the next century. “You don't get bargains on things like that,” Mr. Buffett said in a November
Demand for socially responsible investing options in 401(k)s on the rise
Money managers say more participants want to link retirement savings to values.
Pimco paid billionaire Gross $290 million bonus in 2013
In 2013, when Pimco's Total Return Fund trailed a majority of peers, the money manager paid former CIO Bill Gross a gigantic sum.