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Many investors own bonds or debt based investments as a strategy for balancing the short-term market risk historically associated with stocks.1 It's important to understand the characteristics of bonds when making decisions about how to invest. A bond is an "IOU" for money loaned by an...

              By Brian Johnson, Chief Investment Officer Summary: Signs point to this correction likely being sentiment driven and nearing its end. A healthy earnings season, led by the technology sector, could be just the medicine that the bull market in stocks needs to resume its upward trend. The...

What are Medicaid liens and estate recoveries? Federal law encourages states to seek reimbursement from Medicaid recipients for Medicaid payments made on their behalf. There are two types of cost-recovery actions against the assets of Medicaid recipients: (1) real or personal property liens, and (2) recovery...