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The American equity rally that just turned five years old is starting to match the 1990s Internet bubble when it comes to its speed. That’s where most of the resemblances end.
Today, investment advisors play a more critical role in driving satisfaction and profitability for full-service investment firms and investors than ever before, says a J.D. Power study.
Investors who want to divine the outlook for U.S. economic growth should look at the weather. David Woo’s rule: the colder, the slower.
Stung by the 2008 financial crisis, mutual fund investors have plunged into low-cost, low-risk passive investments such as index funds, happy to take whatever the market gives them instead of...
Equity analysts work harder when economies and financial markets are slumping. They also have more influence over stocks -- even though their earnings forecasts are less accurate.
Obesity among children from lower earning families rose compared to their well-off counterparts, according to a Harvard study.
The new year brings a nice gift to the equity mutual funds: five-year performance figures that no longer include 2008's brutal 38.5 percent loss in the S&P 500.
Byron Wien, vice chairman of Blackstone’s advisory services unit, announced his annual “10 Surprises” list, which he has published every year since 1986.
Declining stocks worry people sick, if hospital records are any guide.
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