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Citigroup to Stop Selling Hedge Fund Investments

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New York (HedgeCo.Net) – Citigroup, INc. (Citi) has been restricted from selling hedge funds investments and private-equity funds to high net worth clients, the Wall Street Journal reports. Additionally, Citigroup, in July of this year, has also agreed to pay approximately $7 billion for its part in the financial crisis of 2008. Citigroup is accused of downplaying the risks of sub-prime mortgages when packaging them selling them to hedge funds, […]

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Talking to Children About Savings and Investments

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Talking To Children About Savings and Investments The Reproductive Habits of the Great American Greenback I recently gave each of my children a $100 bill. Then I said, “Do you think you can earn and save $100 each week, for 50 weeks every year, until you are 30 years old?” They said, “Yes, we can do that.” “Good, that means in 20 years you should have saved about $500,000! And […]

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Oh Behave Yourself…In the Stock Market

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Oh Behave Yourself… In the Stock Market Sir John Templeton once stated on the Louis Rukeyser Show ‘Wall Street Week,’ “I may not know which direction the next 1000 points in the Dow Jones Industrial Average will move, but I believe the next 10,000 points will move higher.” Market sentiment is often a contrary indicator. High levels of anxiety and volatility sometimes appear in close proximity to cyclical bottoms in […]

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