Month: September 2019

Your bonds could get killed by rising rates. Here’s where to buy protection. Inflation is tame. Interest rates are low. Perhaps they are destined to go still lower, even into the negative territory you see in Europe. Perhaps not. There is a small but palpable risk that, sometime in the next decade or two, the
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An interview with billionaire quantitative investor and co-founder of AQR Capital Management, Cliff Asness. In this interview, Cliff discusses his momentum trading strategy and how to exploit other investors psychology. Cliff also talks about the worth of Hedge Funds, Bubbles and Liberty.📚Books by Cliff Asness and books on him are located at the bottom of
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In today’s world you business may face active shooter situations, intruders, armed criminals or disgruntled employees. These all represent, unfortunately, real threats to workplace security at businesses everywhere on a day-to-day basis. We’ve all watched the rise of mass shooters. And consider the terror and pain they inflict on the communities they strike. These can
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Democratic presidential hopefuls in partnership with Univision at Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas on September 12, 2019. Frederic J. Brown | AFP | Getty Images Student loan borrowers have reason to pay close attention to the 2020 presidential campaign. Many of the Democratic presidential candidates have detailed plans to address what increasingly is called
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Stock exchange collectibles. Old stock share certificates from 1950s-1970s (United States). Vintage scripophily objects (obsolete). Getty So, as it turns out, Elizabeth Warren’s Social Security expansion proposal is not the only one of her plans to affect Americans’ retirement well-being. But the proposal of hers which will affect Americans’ retirement savings, in their 401(k)s and
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer raised concerns Friday about a major part of the U.S. economy. The “Mad Money” host said he’s feeling a new level of “anxiety about industrial” companies. “Small- and medium-sized businesses [are] doing well; big industrial just not doing well.” Smaller companies are faring OK because U.S. consumer activity, which accounts for two-thirds
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