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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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18 Jul 2017

Fidelity Title Insurance to Block Coverage of Cannabis Properties

Fidelity National Title Group, a subsidiary of Fidelity National Financial, the largest title insurer in the world, has issued an underwriting bulletin to its agents in 28 states to not insure any land used “for the production or distribution of marijuana.” According to the memo issued June 29, 2017 by

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11 Jul 2017

How College Debt Creates Indentured Servants

It’s no secret that college debt is a major factor preventing millions of grads from making a down payment on a house.  It’s also no secret that college debt is at its highest levels than any other time in U.S. history. The surprise is that high housing debts impact a

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03 Jul 2017

Why Retirement Planners Should Be Depressed

Good workers in a corporate society are commonly expected to bracket their personal biases and emotions when they enter the workplace. While this may be changing as more corporations adopt a “work-life balance” position, the majority of people in retirement planning industry, including writers who regularly cover this topic, have

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22 Jun 2017

How Bond Traders Lied in the 2008 Housing Recession

This site has never printed an entire news article from another site, but this is a great story about how bond traders lied during the 2007-2008 housing fraud that led to the financial crash. That housing crash was the result of top-down and bottom-up fraud involving realtors, mortgage companies, hedge

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