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In Uncertain Markets, Put Your Money at Risk

Jeff Saut
Tue Mar 25, 2014 03:09 EST

After 43 years in this business, I have seen a number of cycles and developed a long-term perspective, much like Richard Russell wrote about in "Rich Man, Poor Man." I like this story: In the investment world wealthy investors have one major advantage over the little guy, the stock market amateur and the neophyte speculator. The advantage wealthy investors possess is .....

How to Transition Into Retirement Using ETFs

David Fabian
Tue Mar 18, 2014 12:46 EST

One of the often debated topics that advisors quarrel over is the right strategy to transition your portfolio from an accumulation and growth phase to an income and retirement phase. The "perfect mix" is likely a combination of your risk tolerance, income needs, and investment experience. No matter how you ultimately handle your asset allocation transition, I think most would .....

Investing 101: What Are Municipal Bonds?

Mon Mar 03, 2014 03:57 EST

You've probably heard the commercials touting how municipal bonds supposedly "never lose a dime of principal," and how the money you earn from them is exempt from federal, state, and local income tax. Sound too good to be true? In the days of yore, municipal bonds were considered one of the "safest" investments because of the low risk of default. But in .....

Apple and Hewlett-Packard Case Studies: How To Deal With Stock Price Congestion Zones

See It Market
Fri Feb 21, 2014 03:57 EST

Very early in the study of technical analysis, many become versed with chart patterns that signal a breakout or breakdown. There are the favorite cup and handle, flags, and three Buddhas, among others. However, what happens after the breakout is successful? The answer lies with your temperament and time frame. Some investors can sit patiently over time, but for many .....

ETFs Vs. Closed-End Funds: Which One for High Yield?

David Fabian
Fri Jan 31, 2014 03:32 EST

Exchange-traded funds are one of the easiest ways for income investors to access a plethora of high-yield investment options. These low-cost, transparent, and flexible vehicles are perfect for pinpointing a precise dividend-generating asset class and giving you instant exposure. There are select ETFs that hold high-yield bonds, preferred stocks, mortgage REITs, master limited partnerships, and even those with a blend .....
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