UPDATE: Tax inversions can be bad for shareholders -- and for America
UPDATE: Why tax inversions are bad for shareholders
Financial planner Mark Balasa and Morningstar's Christine Benz and David Blanchett tackled viewers' most pressing retirement questions, from determining savings rates and income needs to planning for Social Security and maximizing retirement accounts.
It is difficult to determine when investors will shed fears and the recovery will be full, according to Ariel's Ken Kuhrt, but consumer-focused names are finding the power alley right now.
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