Arun Raha, Kurt Karl and Lacy Hunt debate the implications of a flattening yield curve in a “Trading Shots” piece in the Wall Street Journal. With the potential for an inverted yield curve, the question as always is whether things are “different this time.”
Emma Trical at TheStreet.com finds some hedge fund managers surprised by the fact that they need to have their investments locked up just like their investors to avoid SEC registration.
Dieter Owen Bardy at Morningstar.com reports that PIMCO believes they can adapt in time to an adverse IRS ruling in regards to their commodity-based mutual fund.
Ryan Batchelor at Morningstar.com does some math and finds the Dow Industrials to be 8% undervalued.
Tiger 21 reports how some really rich people are allocating their assets. They are currently holding more cash than normal and continue to hold a sizeable real estate allocation.
Mark Whitehouse in the Wall Street Journal examines whether mortgage bonds and the mutual funds that invest in them will have a better year in 2006.
Timothy Middleton in MSN Money makes some adjustments to his ETF portfolio for 2006.
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