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    Holiday spending can't come soon enough for the economy, markets

    On today's Breakfast with Benjamin menu: Investors banking on holiday spending. Plus: Less-secure Social Security, when gold and platinum run in stride, Facebook is now bigger than IBM, and the tired saga on endless office meetings.

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    The Fed struts its market-timing skills to inject a sense of calm

    Breakfast with Benjamin: The Fed tries to inject a sense of calm in the market, Mohamed El-Erian passes on Pimco, all economists get it wrong, a global currency war is unfolding before our eyes, and more.

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    The bitter economic costs of cheap oil

    Breakfast with Benjamin: The bitter economic costs of cheap oil, plus notes on taking advantage of the rising dollar, avoiding bond funds like the plague, and running toward market volatility.

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    Passive fixed-income strategies? Not in today's environment

    The advantages of active strategies come from identifying value with respect to credit risk, interest rate levels and currency valuations, according to Legg Mason's Thomas Hoops.

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    Markets in a 'bad mood' as S&P 500 gives back year's gains

    Weak economic numbers and an Ebola panic spurred a pullback, causing the S&P 500 to give back the year's gains.

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    Market chop puts alternative strategies front and center

    Friday's Breakfast with Benjamin menu: The market's jolt puts liquid alt strategies in the spotlight. Plus: Minding the next threshold for stocks, reminding clients to buy on the dip, Fed missed the mark on inflation, and don't forget to worry about China.

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    Markets are poised to ride the Fed doves even higher today

    For Breakfast with Benjamin today: Stock climb to continue. Plus: Loving and hating the strong dollar, China sets up for a currency fight, more spooky details in the JPMorgan hack attack, Pimco's slippery marketing gambit, short-sellers bet on the rally, and drones shape up as niche investment ...

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    Fed a year away from raising rates: Strategist

    “Monolithic” central bankers still see slack in the labor market and no signs of inflation.

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    Bring on the competition: Gross

    Breakfast with Benjamin: Gross' message to advisers. Plus: Where the Pimco flows are landing, the stock market rally as house of cards, the dental indicator, bitcoin is back and a big corporate split.

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    Bill Gross speaks out on Pimco exit, vows to regain crown at Janus Capital Group

    In an InvestmentNews exclusive, the Bond King explains his 'constructive obsession' with defeating rivals and answers advisers' burning questions. More coverage: Our special report on Gross' next chapter

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    Adviser uses a bond ladder in his own IRA, believes 'safety trumps yield'

    Uses Treasury strips for tax purposes, holds stocks inside his Roth IRA, which is also a good tax strategy.

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    Gross exposes $42 trillion bond market's key flaw in exit

    One man shook a $42 trillion bond market last week, highlighting just how vulnerable bond prices are to shocks. Bill Gross's surprise departure on Friday from Pacific Investment Management Co. sparked sell-offs in some of his biggest wagers, such as inflation-protected U.S. government bonds. The

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    New Pimco Total Return bosses: “Bill Gross relied on us”

    New three-person team at the world's largest bond fund says they can handle outflows and will rely on a similar strategy to the departed Bond King.

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    Low profile insider Ivascyn takes investment helm at challenged Pimco

    As new CIO, longtime Pimco manager will have to fill the shoes of an investing legend at a difficult time. Plus: Advisers 'blindsided' by Gross departure as Pimco faces rebuilding

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    What Bill Gross' departure means for Pimco's funds

    In an already rough year, exit of the Bond King could lead to more funds flowing out.