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Silent or sneaky investors can sabotage their most valuable financial relationship. Some adult shame amounts to little more than a grown-up version of hiding an empty cookie jar. But too often, the adult piggy bank is at stake. For financial managers, that can set the stage for disaster.Read More
Once upon a time, turning 50 meant you were "over the hill." Today, 50 is the new 40 and according to researchers at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis and Stony Brook University, 60 is now middle-aged.Read More
With Nasdaq's three-hour outage last month still fresh in many investors's minds another milder outage hit this week, and Wall Street is bracing for more possible market disruptions with the arrival of hurricane season.Read More
The idea that financial markets will go into another freefall like the one that hit in 2008 has never been entirely left behind by many investors. It's one of the reasons a lot of them missed the current stock rally and stuck with bonds.Read More
Will zombies own the road ahead for financial markets or can the global economy sustain itself without central bank transfusions? That's the question posed by Pimco's cerebral chief executive officer Mohamed El-Erian in a new report that suggests the economy is still haunted by the legacy of the last crash and spoiled by the easy money that has been pumped into it since.Read More
Now that Washington has talked American investors down from the fiscal cliff, what will be the market's next obsession? And how might people invest for a new normal where tax rates have been decided, but everything from worldwide growth to the fate of Europe's economy remains in flux?Read More