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Stocks Are Doing So Well That It May Be Time To Start Worrying

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The S&P 500's advance has defied consensus expectations for losses to start 2023 before an eventual rebound.

The Psychedelics Stock Universe Is Shrinking, Despite The Hype

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Psychedelics stocks are down despite cultural interest.

New Risks Shadow Bond Market As Fed's Rate-Hike Cycle Nears End

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Factors other than Fed rate hikes are threatening to prolong the bond market's fitful recovery from last year's rout.

Housing Market Stuck As Homeowners With Low Mortgage Rates Stay Put

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Gridlock is gripping the housing market in part because of historically low rates in years past.

Morgan Stanley Strategists Say U.S. Stocks Are In A 2019-Like Rally

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The S&P 500 has advanced 19% this year, almost the same return it posted in 2019 over the same period.

Trump Leads Biden Among Voters Over 50 In Battlegrounds, AARP Survey Finds

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Issues concerning older Americans could be key in next year's elections, the group found in a new survey.

LPL Beats Earnings Estimates For Sixth Straight Quarter

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LPL currently has 21,942 financial advisors, a net gain of 421 from the prior quarter.

BofA Says Real Rates Not High Enough To Pop AI Bubble

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After the blistering gains in AI stocks, the focus for now is on the technology's impact on corporate bottom lines.

It's Getting Even Harder To Afford A 'Starter' Home In The U.S.

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The price tag on an average entry-level home is at a record $243,000.

Pay Gap Between Biggest U.S. Cities Is Getting Wider As Wages Slow

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Overall U.S. employment costs for private industry rose in the second quarter at the slowest pace in two years.

Money-Market Assets Hit Fresh Record High After Latest Fed Hike

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Short-term rates above 5% continue to lure investors to money-market assets.

Key Inflation, Wage Measures Cool In Boost For Soft Landing

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The employment cost index, a broad gauge of wages and benefits, increased just 1% in the second quarter.

Surprise Rally In Riskiest Corporate Debt Has Flipside: $7 Billion Of Shorts

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The rush for hedges shows enduring skepticism over the health of heavily indebted companies in an uncertain economy.

N.J. Advisor Named As CFP Board 2024 Chair-Elect

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Elizabeth Miller is founder and president of Summit Place Financial Advisors of Summit, N.J.

Investors Yank $800 Million From I Bonds As Inflation Slows Down

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Once the hottest place to store cash, the savings securities have fallen out of favor now that the yield has dipped.

Muni ETF Boom Stalls After Record Gains As Investors Seek Yield

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These ETFs have garnered about $3.9 billion so far this year, down from $14.8 billion a year earlier.

Florida, Texas Top Relocation Spots For High Earners

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While California and New York saw the highest number of outflows of high-earning households, according to SmartAsset.

Biden's Pick to Run Social Security Drew Fire For Tax Hikes As Maryland's Governor

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If confirmed, Martin O'Malley would oversee one of the U.S.'s largest social programs.

SEC Proposes Rules For Advisors Who Use AI To 'Nudge' Clients

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AI-based predictive analytics can create conflicts of interest, SEC Chairman Gary Gensler said.

Active Mutual Funds Forced Into Permanent Underweight On Big Tech Stocks

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Regulations dating back over 80 years set limits on how concentrated a “diversified” mutual fund can be.

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