Expert Views

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The New Buzz Word: Prudent

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The Fed is doing the right thing by remaining cautious, as it needs more proof that the economies both here and abroad are really doing better and are in recoveries that are sustainable.

U.S. Businessman Fights Russian Corruption, Murder And Wins

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In 'Red Notice,' Bill Browder recalls how he sought capitalism but found corruption and abuse in Russia.

Strong Dollar: The Cause And Effect

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While the dollar strength is certainly not unexpected, the velocity of the gain has impacted the world's financial markets in various ways.

Leapfrogging To Asia's New Frontier

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Frontier Asian markets such as Vietnam and Bangladesh are playing catch up with Thailand, South Korea and China, but they are catching up fast.

Perception Vs. Reality

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The interrelationships of economies and financial markets around the world could not have been more evident than in this past week, but not all may be what it seems to investors, says Bill Ehrman.

Buffett, Investing, You And Me

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The first reaction to a hike in the Fed funds rate will be negative for the financial markets, but the truth is that it is good news for all in the mid and longer term, says Bill Ehrman.

The New Oil

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Rare earth metals are a sought-after ingredient for many emerging technologies, and a sleeping giant in the investing realm.

Private Property - Keep Out!

by Jim Carolan and Amber Melville-Brown

Defending your privacy, reputation and the circle of domestic peace.

Holiday Hosts Need To Be Wary Of Liability

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Here are five steps wealthy clients can take to reduce their liability risks when hosting holiday events.

Harvard University Deserves Ballmer's Millions

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Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's gift to Harvard to expand its computer science program has prompted unfair grousing about the money's wastefulness.

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