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Investors are betting demand gains will tighten supply, just as Citigroup Inc. and Macquarie Group Ltd. predict this year’s rallies will end.
The precious metal is being undermined by its association with gold, despite widespread industrial demand.
Private equity funds and liquid alts are probably too complicated for the average investor’s retirement account, according to Principal Financial Group's CEO.
Critics are raising warnings about growing dangers of master limited partnerships as retirees pile into the investments.
After shunning gold and wheat for most of last year, hedge fund managers are piling back in as the escalating crisis in Ukraine spurs a rebound in the prices of both commodities.
Advisors might be sorely disappointed with tactical investment managers who use valuation measures to reduce or increase equity exposure, according to asset-allocation guru Roger Gibson.
The National Association of Active Investment Managers today announced that it is accepting applications for the sixth annual Wagner Award competition.
Energy expenses for Americans have fallen and slowed inflation, which increases the purchasing power of fixed-rate payments.
Jon Corzine lost his bid for dismissal of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trade Commission’s lawsuit over the 2011 collapse of MF Global Holdings Ltd.
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