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Gross-Out: End of an Era

The news flash crossed the wires at 8.29 AM. CNBC’s Becky Quick was astounded. Bloomberg’s Tom Keene was stunned. They had to double-check that the William H. Gross joining Janus Funds was indeed THE William H. Gross, bond king, whom … Continue reading

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Don’t Overhype Buy-backs

In Barron’s Up & Down Wall Street column, titled “Buyback Bonbons,” Kopin Tan marvels that “Companies have already repurchased a staggering $445 billion worth of shares in the 12 months ended on September 30.”  According to Josh Brown of the … Continue reading

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Regime Change: What the Bond / Gold Rout Means for Stocks

For well over a year I have been bullish on stocks, arguing it made little sense to own a bond yielding 2% instead of well-managed blue chip stocks yielding 2-5% with dividend growth of 5-12%. If all went well, I … Continue reading

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