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    1. Lessons from 2014

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      Fri, 19 Dec 2014

      patience. Geopolitical events, such as the Russia-Ukraine conflict and the emergence of the Islamic State (also known as ISIS or ISIL), took investors’ eyes off the ball and kept many on the sidelines. The media did a great job of exaggerating the

    2. A Practical Approach to Tech Investing

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      Thu, 4 Dec 2014

      With the nervousness over geopolitical concerns, including a slowdown in the eurozone, ISIS in the Middle East and the US mid-term elections, we weren’t surprised to see volatility rile the stock market this fall

    3. How the Long Bond Stole the Trophy

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      Thu, 4 Dec 2014

      forced to reconsider the risks and rewards within fixed income in light of global economic challenges and geopolitical events ( ISIS , Russia/Ukraine tensions, Ebola). All told, valuations on several metrics have become rich. It would not be surprising

    4. Value Matters

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      Mon, 17 Nov 2014

      quantitative easing’ stimulus. Investors have generally shrugged off world events that might otherwise cause high anxiety ( ISIS and the Middle East, Russia and Ukraine, etc.). As attention now turns to when the Fed will raise short-term interest

    5. How the Long Bond Stole the Trophy

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      Fri, 14 Nov 2014

      forced to reconsider the risks and rewards within fixed income in light of global economic challenges and geopolitical events ( ISIS , Russia/Ukraine tensions, Ebola). All told, valuations on several metrics have become rich. It would not be surprising

    6. A Downside Surprise in October Jobs Report?

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      Thu, 6 Nov 2014

      consumer spending? What's holding that back? Johnson: That's a hard one. Maybe it's some of the headline events like ISIS and maybe it was some fears of what's going on there. But it's really kind of hard to explain. It's one of the great

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      That's a hard one. Maybe it's some of the headline events like ISIS and maybe it was some fears of what's going on there. But it's really kind of hard to explain. It's one of
    7. Focus on Long-Term Fundamentals, Not Fears

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      Wed, 29 Oct 2014

      prospect of rising interest rates in the United States, deflation in the eurozone, fears about the spread of the Ebola virus, ISIS in the Middle East, growth in the global economy in general, and growth in China in particular. There have been some other

    8. What the Strong Dollar Does to Yellow and Black Gold…

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      Tue, 21 Oct 2014

      percent; and Suncor Energy, 10 percent. Granted, we face new challenges this year that have caused market jitters—Ebola and ISIS , just to name a couple. But we’re confident that once the dollar begins to revert back to the mean, a rally in energy

    9. 5 Things You Need to Know About This Week's Turbulence

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      Sat, 18 Oct 2014

      having broader ongoing geopolitical concerns, including Ebola and ISIS . Those aren't really helping things either. Glaser: I don ..... primary driver of what happened this week. We've talked about ISIS before as being really an important political and human story

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      of Europe, we are having broader ongoing geopolitical concerns, including Ebola and ISIS . Those aren't really helping things either. Glaser: I don't think they are. But I don't think these were really the primary driver of what happened this week. We've talked about ISIS before as being really an important political and human story. I think Ebola is also in that camp right now. Obviously from
    10. Diagnosing the Market's Mood Swings

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      Fri, 17 Oct 2014

      that some of these improvements have yet to show up in force in any of the spending-related reports. I suppose ebola and ISIS headlines aren't helping things in the short run, but those issues usually fade from consumer minds relatively quickly. Retail

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