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Advisors Say Clients Have Unrealistic View Of Retirement

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An Edward Jones survey found that advisors don't see clients appreciating the risks they may face in retirement.

JPMorgan's Trading Desk Says Record S&P 500 'Feels Inevitable'

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The index ended July at about 200 points below its record of 4,796.56 reached in January 2022.

Mercer Advisors Buys California Firm With $720M AUM

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San Diego-based Private Asset Management provides multigenerational wealth services to more than 600 clients.

The Average Workday Just Got Half An Hour Shorter

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Time spent at work has fallen to 10 hours from more than 10½ at the end of the second quarter of 2022.

Morgan Stanley Team Managing $650M AUM Switches To LPL

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The advisor trio have nearly 100 years of combined experience in the financial services industry.

Ratings Firms Struggle With Climate Risk In $133 Trillion Market

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Global warming is poised to increase borrowing costs for cities, countries and companies as record heat waves emerge worldwide.

Chaos Looms As $1.5 Trillion Student-Loan Pause Abruptly Ends

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If the Education Department was a bank, it would rank fifth by size of assets in the U.S.

Hedge Funds 'Throwing In Towel' On Stocks As Rally Forces Unwind

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The market rally has been painful to hedge fund investors that entered the year with bearish equity wagers.

Wall Street Economists Are Looking At A September Rate Pause

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Economists expect further tame inflation readings before the Fed's September meeting.

Strategists Scramble To Catch Up As S&P 500 Rally Rumbles On

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US equities have soared this year as investors looked past the earnings recession.

A 5% Mortgage Rate Is Seen As Tipping Point To Unlock Supply

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A Zillow survey indicated that was the rate that would get the most sellers to enter the market.

One Of Worst Emerging Bonds Rewards Stock Traders With 316% Gain

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Quirks in Brazilian restructuring law meant this company's shares weren't considered worthless after a bankruptcy filing.

SEC Charges N.Y. Advisor With Stealing $2.4 Million From Elderly Widower

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Clarice Saw of Pleasantville, N.Y., tricked her client into giving her power of attorney, the agency alleged.

Survey Shows A Move Away From Professional Financial Advice

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Just over half of clients surveyed said they weren't getting the advice they needed.

Bad Timing Cost Fund Investors 17% In Gains The Past Decade, Morningstar Says

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The timing of purchases and sales has caused investors to miss out on potential gains.

Bodegas Put On Notice As Visa Fights Back On Card Surcharges

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The company is scrutinizing businesses that are tacking surcharges onto credit card purchases.

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.

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