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Emotional Clients Are Advisors Top Concern, Survey Finds

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Financial advisors worry that clients emotional reactions to market events could harm their businesses and their clients financial well being, according to a survey by Natixis Global Asset Management.

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Yellen Aims To Mimic Greenspan On Jobs, Avoid Bubble Misfire

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Janet Yellen looks to be taking one page out of Alan Greenspan’s playbook while tearing up another as she plots monetary strategy for 2015 and beyond.

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Volunteer Advisors To Offer Free Financial Services

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For the fifth year, CFP professionals will offer free services to the public.

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Want A Better Credit Card Rate? Just Ask, Survey Says

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A simple phone call is all it takes for many consumers to save money on their monthly credit card payments, according to a survey by CredtCards.com.

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Forget Millennials: Boomers Are Still Driving Stock-Market Bus

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The advancing health-care industry and flagging consumer discretionary names reveal the boomers' resilience in influencing the market.

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Survey: Three Out Of Four Americans Say The Recession Is Still On

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Americans have a bleak outlook about both the nation’s financial health and their own.

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Shrinking Bond Desks Populated By Journeymen As Masters Fade

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As bond trading has declined, so have the jobs, leaving even some of the most senior traders and salesmen moving from firm to firm.

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Dudley Says Fed Needs U.S. Economy To Run ‘A Little Hot’

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The New York Fed chief argues for patience on interest-rate increase.

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Parents Struggle To Save For College, CFP Board Finds

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Parents' own student loan debt prevents them from saving for their children’s college expenses, a CFP Board survey has found.

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Testosterone Drugs May Need Further Study on Heart Risk

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Drugmakers should conduct new trials to assess the heart risks of testosterone therapies used by 2.3 million men last year, U.S. regulatory advisors said.

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