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What money experts are telling clients after the election


Anthony Matesic

Not boring enough: Investors leave "low-volatility" funds

Has the municipal-bond bull left the ring?

Samsung stops making Galaxy Note 7s as more phones ignite

What money experts are telling clients after the election

No outcome is ever truly assured, as everyone in America now knows. We can't predict what our new president will do, or Congress, or the economy or the markets.


Fund managers: No, the election won't wreck your 401(k)

NEW YORK (AP) — Worried that the election will ruin your 401(k)?


Corporate profits are up, and investors exhale a bit

NEW YORK (AP) — When corporate profits are on the upswing, as they seem to be for the first time in more than a year, investors usually get excited. These are not usual times.


Not boring enough: Investors leave "low-volatility" funds

NEW YORK (AP) — Whoa, give us back our money. We wanted something boring.


Has the municipal-bond bull left the ring?

NEW YORK (AP) — The great bull run for the municipal-bond market may be running out of juice.


Samsung stops making Galaxy Note 7s as more phones ignite

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - Samsung Electronics says it is stopping production of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, a day after it halted global sales of the star-crossed devices.


After huge gains, even gold fund managers advise caution

NEW YORK (AP) — Gold has gone gangbusters this year, rising with jitters about everything from a weak global economy to the possibility of a President Trump.


3Q Fund Review: A welcome return to strong, steady returns

NEW YORK (AP) — It was a good summer for fund investors, as calm and strong markets around the world lifted most categories to gains from July into September.


How the incredible shrinking stock market affects your fund

NEW YORK (AP) — More companies don't want you, or any other investor, to buy their stock.


Emerging markets are climbing back from the dead

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks and bonds from Thailand, Indonesia and other developing economies are emerging from their burrow.


Investment Q&A: Expect less from most everything

NEW YORK (AP) — Everything's awesome for investors, but how much longer can it last?


Keeping some green in gray divorce

Divorce can be painful — emotionally and financially — for anyone. But when the split happens later in life, the less time you have to recover from the economic hit. And, the more is at stake.


Samsung VR exec welcomes competition to boost awareness

NEW YORK (AP) — Samsung just released its third virtual-reality headset for its Galaxy phones, while Facebook's Oculus business and HTC have been shipping more powerful systems connected to high-end personal computers. Sony also has an upcoming system for its PlayStation game console.


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