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Pension giant CalSTRS ponders dumping $20B in stocks and bonds in favor of alt strategies
Breakfast with Benjamin: CalSTRS, the country's second-largest pension fund, considers moving $20 billion out of traditional investments and into alternatives.
As stock market enters correction, some advisers look to buy
With the stock market's correction no longer a matter of if, some market watchers and financial advisers have taken to preaching a sense of calm as investors hunker down for a heretofore rare bout of volatility, not a bear market.
Go-anywhere bond funds have failed to go anywhere positive over the past year
Breakfast with Benjamin: Nontraditional bond funds that sounded too good to be true are looking like a bust, so far.
Closed-end funds rise to the surface following the market mess
Breakfast with Benjamin: All the messy stock market turmoil of the past few weeks has created a sweet opportunity in the closed-end funds space.
That awkward moment when the Fed realizes it can't raise interest rates
Breakfast with Benjamin: William Dudley, president of the New York Fed, says delaying a rate hike until 2016 'will be awkward.'
DoubleLine's Gundlach outperforms Loomis' Fuss and Janus' Gross in recent market rout
Jeffrey Gundlach's $48.2 billion DoubleLine Total Return Bond Fund returned 0.7% over the past month while his peers showed losses.
In hindsight, China's market meltdown wasn't really that bad
Breakfast with Benjamin: Now that the dust has started to settle, China's stock market meltdown doesn't seem all that awful.
Wild market ride creating entry points for long-term investors
The stock market roller-coaster ride showed some signs of relative calm Wednesday, but not all market watchers are ready to claim the worst is over.
Gloom overshadows Wall Street, but some economists still see a September rate hike
Breakfast with Benjamin: Despite the mood on Wall Street getting downright gloomy, some economists still think the Fed will raise interest rates next month.
Market tumult pushes Federal Reserve rate hike expectations out
A long-anticipated move by the Fed to raise interest rates next month would be “very strange,” given the volatility rocking financial markets, according to the top bond strategist for Charles Schwab's retail research unit.
Jeffrey Gundlach says the stock market pullback is just getting started
Breakfast with Benjamin DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach thinks that as painful as it's been over the past week, the markets still need a thorough housecleaning.
Investors trimming bets on September interest rate hike
Options prices indicate skepticism but Pimco says Federal Reserve's rate increase bar is 'fairly low.'
The Fed's quantitative easing experiment gets a failing grade
Breakfast with Benjamin: A Fed official put some of the central bank's post-financial crisis actions under a magnifying glass and found they have done little to boost the economy.
Oil needs to keep falling to find its supply balance
Breakfast with Benjamin: An expected drop in crude prices to $30 to $40 a barrel this fall might not be enough to balance global oil markets.
Here's why clients are stressing over their fixed-income holdings
Four big behavioral factors that are at play in investors' concerns about rising interest rates.