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    Vanguard warns advisers on stock risk in client portfolios

    Investors are taking a level of risk not seen since 1999 and 2007, and financial advisers should restrain the impulse of clients to boost sagging returns.Martha G. King, who oversees Vanguard Group Inc.'s adviser-sales division, said investors have taken on the highest stock exposure in their

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    Wealthfront, Edelman clash on robo-advisers

    The old guard of wealth management clashed with the new as Ric Edelman delivered a bleak assessment of his peers' future during a spirited debate with Adam Nash, the top executive at Wealthfront.

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    Active managers get a seat at the ETF table

    To the chagrin of some, a fast-growing industry comes to terms with active management.

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    It's getting easier to tell good stocks from bad

    You didn't have to be a genius to make money in equities the last two years. Buy an index fund and let the bull market guide you to a 44% gain.Most money managers who actually pick stocks couldn't match the S&P 500 Index, let alone beat it. Thanks to three weeks of volatility, that's beginning to

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    Enjoy the Super Bowl ads, but don't buy the stock

    Advertising in the Super Bowl doesn't mean a company is a good investment, as generally there's been no connection between an advertiser shelling out millions for a 30-second commercial and the company's stock price.

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    Schwab adds 18 more funds to its commission-free ETF platform

    Schwab's fund platform is expanding to 198 the number of ETFs that trade without commissions.

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    Vanguard's funds reach new heights

    Vanguard Group surpassed State Street Global Advisors as the second-largest ETF provider, a new milestone following a year that was filled with them.

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    Brokers under White House scrutiny for costing workers billions in retirement savings

    New government research says some broker practices are costing investors $8 billion to $17 billion a year, and the White House may now support tighter oversight of brokers who handle retirement accounts.

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    The next thing to worry about: Investor overconfidence

    In Friday's Breakfast with Benjamin, the downside of a multi-year bull market in stocks: Investors get overconfident. Plus: If oil drops to $30 look out below, not all hedge fund workers are rich, and what the IRS is looking for now.

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    Hedge fund managers testing the social media waters

    Lifted advertising ban and pressure from liquid alts drive secretive managers into the open.

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    Gross eats his own cooking at Janus, putting more than $700M in his fund

    The former Bond King invested more than $700 million of his own money in his unconstrained bond fund, according to Janus Capital Group CEO Dick Weil. The news sparked a rally in Janus shares.

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    Good looks aren't everything, but it might help you attract more assets

    In today's Breakfast with Benjmain, looks might help money managers land more assets, but they also tend to underperform. Plus: Darryl Strawberry's contract balance goes to the highest bidder, Florida investment manager charged with bilking $17M from clients, and a hedge fund manager uses proper ...

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    Accused alts manager Daniel Thibeault says SEC claims 'unsupported' by 'scant facts'

    Fund manager is fighting back against request to freeze his assets, says claims are 'unsupported' and regulator is 'overly aggressive.'

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    Will European easing sideline a Fed rate hike?

    Advisers and experts say 'the Fed really is hamstrung' by European Central Bankers' planned $50-billion-per-month quantitative easing program, meaning they can't raise or lower interest rates in this environment.

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    MLP funds, once seemingly immune, show signs of frailty as energy prices fall

    Popular category for yield-starved investors posts first quarterly decline in two years.