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21 Aug 2017

Nation’s Largest Banks Sued by Pension Funds for Market Manipulation

It looks like the nation’s biggest banks cannot help preying on their own customers, large and small.  The latest case involves the esoteric world of securities lending, which is used for short selling and for hedge funds and is an important means of eliminating “failed” transactions.  In exchange, the lender

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18 Aug 2017

Lending Industry Faces Huge LIBOR-Related Costs Due to Bank Fraud

The recent news that the worldwide LIBOR interest rate is going to be replaced after years of scandals about it being rigged by some of the world’s largest banks has started a slow-motion earthquake that is going to rattle interest rate lending worldwide. It also is going to be one

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09 Aug 2017

Coveted Country Club Residences Face An Uncertain Future

The once-coveted home in a county club was a dream for millions of Americans. But now, this lifelong goal is going through a fundamental shift. Due to changing tastes, demographics, high home prices, significant maintenance costs and the diminishing value of country club name cache, many new, younger buyers are

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05 Aug 2017

Is This Why Bernie Sanders Lost the Dem Nomination?

It’s pretty clear that Bernie Sanders was denied by nomination by the Democratic National Committee and would have made a better candidate than Hillary Clinton to combat Trump. As numerous politicians have noted, the 2016 election was for Hillary Clinton to lose. And she did.  But why was Sanders denied any

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28 Jul 2017

New Study Again Cites Importance of Low Fund Fees

It is widely regarded in the modern world that the earth revolves around the sun. Now, it is time for more investors to understand that the fees charged to manage your mutual funds in a 401(k) and elsewhere all reduce your net investment returns. There is a direct connection: the

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19 Jul 2017

Wall Street’s Continued Self Delusion

For highly-trained and well-compensated financial experts who routinely delve into the outer limits of stochastic calculus, Black Scholes and Finite Difference Method techniques of numerical options pricing, Wall Street does a lousy job of gauging public opinion. Like most people who have to give self-evaluations and the old saw that

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