Wealthtrack: Chuck Royce – small is beautiful

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This week on Wealthtrack, Consuelo Mack interviews legendary portfolio manager Chuck Royce. The small company stock guru explains how he has beaten the market with less risk over the last 35 years and why small is still beautiful. […]

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What are equity allocations telling us?

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The AAII Asset Allocation Survey polls its members on a monthly basis on their holdings among the principal asset classes. The results for December are as follows (with the long-term averages in brackets): stocks 64% (60%), bonds 19% (15%) and cash 17% (25%). Importantly, the extreme stock allocations all occurred at or close to major market turning points … […]

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On the Edge with Max Kaiser: Outlook for oil

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In this edition of “On the Edge”, Max Kaiser discusses world oil markets and their structure with the English energy analyst and consultant Chris Cook. […]

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Gold stocks reverse downtrend

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Gold shares recorded a so-called upward dynamic on Thursday, underpinning the view that the pullback from the December high has been a normal downwards reaction within a bull trend. […]

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Jim Rogers expects more social and political turmoil

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More social and political turmoil is likely in the future so commodities prices will continue rising, investor Jim Rogers told CNBC. […]

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Unemployment rates greatly affected by educational attainment

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The unemployment rate fell to 9.0% in January from 9.4% in December and 9.8% in November. This post highlights the relationship between educational attainment and the unemployment rate. […]

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