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Drugmakers Come With a Warning Label

Accusations of price gouging by Valeant are turning up the heat on other pharmaceutical companies, which could face increasing scrutiny over their drug pricing and claims of what a product can do. Two interesting stories surfaced recently to go along with this new dynamic. First, Theranos, a private Silicon Valley company specializing in blood tests […]

A Bumper Crop of Dividends

As the Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index struggles with a lackluster performance this year, the index’s dividend payers have been quietly carrying on the show. They had their highest total payout—$399 billion—in 10 years for the 12 months through the second quarter of 2015, according to research firm FactSet. Consumer discretionary and financials led the […]

Solid Yields for Maximum Income Seekers

Since we last published our Maximum Income for Retirees Portfolio August 12, the U.S. economy had a few surprises. .

Inflation Gets Thrown for a Loss

Football fans may recall this classic rant from former Indianapolis Colts head coach Jim Mora when asked about the team’s chances of making the playoffs after a particularly poor performance: “Playoffs…you kidding me? Playoffs? I just hope we win another game!”

We Saved You Plenty on MLPs

Of all the portfolio decisions we have made in the last year, the most controversial was our decision to sell all of the energy stocks and MLPs out of the PF Income portfolio last September.

Which Nations Toil Over Taxes More?

When Congress returns in September from its summer break, one item on its agenda is reforming the corporate tax code.

The SEC Shines Light on Pay

The ratio of the chief executive’s pay to that of the rank-and-file isn’t a top concern for most shareholders, if they even think about it at all.

Cyber Risks: Insurance’s Wild Frontier

The tech sector’s cyber security firms aren’t the only way for investors to capitalize on a 21st-century plague.

Greece Is Nothing Compared to This

Like a sudden spike in blood pressure, the Chicago Board Options Exchange Market Volatility Index (VIX) surged 34% to 18.85 on June 29, the highest level in three months.

A Quiet Quarter for Inflation

We’re trading in food distributor Mondelez for agricultural chemical supplier Mosaic.

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