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Pimco shows stars are not really solo artists

Bill Gross’s old firm is shifting from the cult of one personality toward several smaller ones Asia homepage

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Air strikes in Iraq: the battle of ideas is what really matters – Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk Air strikes in Iraq: the battle of ideas is what really mattersTelegraph.co.ukThere is a sense of relief across the political spectrum that Britain is finally doing something in Iraq. It was impossible to tolerate the advance of the Islamic … Continue reading

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Air strikes in Iraq: the battle of ideas is what really matters – Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk Air strikes in Iraq: the battle of ideas is what really mattersTelegraph.co.ukThere is a sense of relief across the political spectrum that Britain is finally doing something in Iraq. It was impossible to tolerate the advance of the Islamic … Continue reading

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Look At These Juicy Yields – Are They Really Appropriate For Your Retirement Portfolios?

By Chuck Carnevale: Introduction This article was inspired by a rather lively debate between two prominent Seeking Alpha contributor’s over the appropriateness of including the mortgage REIT Annaly Capital Management (NYSE:NLY) in a retirement portfolio. However, the intent behind this … Continue reading

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Ukraine crisis: Is this what Ukrainians really think of Putin? – The Independent

The Independent Ukraine crisis: Is this what Ukrainians really think of Putin?The IndependentVladimir Putin has long proved himself to be a divisive character, as the conflict in Ukraine continues to demonstrate. Today, Russia's President dismissed warnings from the European Union … Continue reading

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What’s An Asset Allocation ETF Really Worth?

By Brad Zigler: Years ago, when financial advisors had a monopoly on asset allocation decisions, fees ran rather rich. Lately, though, with a surge in the number of index-based products promising to deliver asset allocation on the cheap, costs are … Continue reading

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Are Demographics Really Destiny?

I recently came across an article on Seeking Alpha by The Statistical Investor entitled “Demographics Are Destiny: World Population Trends". The article begins: "As they say, demographics is destiny. Just ask Japan. The longer your investment horizon, the more exposed … Continue reading

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TherapeuticsMD: Is It Really A $1 Billion Company?

By The Street Sweeper: Everybody wanted a piece of TherapeuticsMD (TXMD). The wannabe pharmaceutical company attracted investors ranging from a “consultant” whose patience paid off in multiples to an ex-football player with both an MBA and a head lice-treatment company. … Continue reading

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Did Palo Alto Really ‘Win’ Juniper Patent Decision?

By Daniel B. Ravicher: Juniper Networks (JNPR) sued Palo Alto Networks (PANW) for infringing several patents back in December 2011. The asserted patents were part of the assets Juniper acquired in April 2004 when it bought NetScreen for about $ … Continue reading

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AMC Networks: Is This Really As Good As It Gets?

By Value Seeker: In July of 2012, I recommended that investors sell their AT&T shares and replace them with shares of Sprint. The trade worked out well — with Sprint’s shares much more than doubling while AT&T’s share price declined … Continue reading

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