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Many perceive hedge funds to be a risky investment, yet some advisors see a strong upside to employing hedged strategies.
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The tech sector and oil led to an increase in stock prices.
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Dominic Chu takes a look at the stocks that under-performed and whether their luck may change in the new year.
In the barren yield landscape of the last five years, real estate investment trusts have been one of investors’ favorite places to find income. The MSCI U.S. REIT Index, which has a current yield of just under 4 percent, was up 30 percent last year. It has returned an average of more than 12 percent …
BlackRock’s Peter Fisher said Monday he does not see the risky end of the corporate fixed income market sinking the overall U.S. economy like the bust in subprime mortgages did during the Great Recession.