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Writing headlines is hard. Coming up with something appropriately attention grabbing without veering off into purple prose is a serious skill. I, myself, occasionally have moments of headline genius, but often times wind up more in the land of “huh?” And I know it’s not just me. After all, the Washington Post just gave us this

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Alexander Brokaw contributes to The Edge on a weekly basis with his posts on the latest frauds perpetrated in the financial industry. “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, your wealthy Chinese citizens seeking US residency who bought into a scam promising visas in exchange for investments orchestrated by

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Greetings, We begin with the United States where the FOMC minutes confirmed a high likelihood of a rate hike next month. However, while most members agreed that conditions for liftoff “could well be met by the time of the next meeting”, divisions within the FOMC remain. The next two paragraphs clearly outline the Fed’s dilemma as

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Those of you that have heard me speak on more than one occasion have probably heard me utter the phrase “Investing in emerging managers is like sex in high school. Lots of talk, very little action.” In full disclosure, Jim Dunn of Verger was the first to utter those words, but they are so apropos

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