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Will Trump-Biden Election Sink The Stock Market?

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The effects of the election likely will be real and substantial, but also temporary.

Treasury Yields Would Jump On A Democratic Sweep, Goldman Says

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Yields would jump if Democrats won the presidency and both houses of Congress, say Goldman Sachs strategists.

The 10 Most Useless Phrases In Financial Markets

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Barry Ritholtz argues that these phrases are meaningless and should be phased out.

Fed Officials Warn Of Economic Risks In New Plea For Fiscal Help

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Officials are concerned that the recovery will falter without additional fiscal stimulus.

Covid-19 Relief Drives Vanguard Charitable Grants To New Highs

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Grants to religious organizations come in second after pandemic relief.

The Late '10s Were Better For Incomes Than The '90s

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An overhaul of the economy might not be as necessary as more radical reformers believe, writes Noah Smith.

New Jersey, California Dodge Worst Of Tax Crisis In 'Weird Recession'

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State tax revenues in some parts of the U.S. are rebounding as the economy emerges from the coronavirus lockdown.

How Advisors Can Cope With Client Behaviors Impacted By The Pandemic

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Morningstar offers tips to advisors, and looks into a behavioral mystery around decumulation.

Unbeatable Overnight Gains Fuel Theories On Who’s Driving Them

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The bulk of the S&P 500’s recent rebound from lows was driven by after-hours trading.

Republicans Are Divided Again On Stimulus, This Time By Trump

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There's still more finger pointing from all sides than there is progress on a stimulus package.

We Really Shouldn’t Force People Back Into The Office

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Even if a company takes all the right precautions, people will need to be quarantined.

Investors Dismissive Of V-Shaped Recovery, Study Shows

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A survey revealed that investors are pessimistic about economic conditions and the recovery.

Fink Worries About Keeping Corporate Culture In Work-At-Home Era

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400 of BlackRock's most recent young hires have never worked in an office.

Even Fidelity’s $230 Billion Star Danoff Has Robinhood Anxiety

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Danoff's Contrafund is up 21% year to date, far outpacing the S&P 500's 6%.

Citigroup Employee Who Operated QAnon Website On Leave

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QAnon attempts to link critics and opponents of Donald Trump to a massive child sex conspiracy.

For Ray Dalio, A Year Of Losses, Withdrawals And Uneasy Staff

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Bridgewater’s computer models misread the markets for a second year in a row.

Goldman, Deutsche Say U.S. Stock Selloff May Be Close To An End

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Both firms cited the U.S. elections as the key source of uncertainty for markets ahead.

JPMorgan Tells Senior Traders To Return To Offices By Sept. 21

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JPMorgan Chase is requiring its most senior sales and trading employees to return to their offices.

Stock Market Has Confused Analysts Throwing Up Their Hands

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No one agrees about whether the stock market can keep up its rally.

Behavioral Finance Helped Advisors Ferry Clients Across Coronavirus's Choppy Waters

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The proportion of advisors applying behavioral finance increased significantly in early 2020, according to a Charles Schwab/Cerulli survey.

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