Funds Columnist, Wall Street Journal
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investmentnews.com — After shepherding a handful of nontraded real estate investment trusts to the public markets, American Realty Capital CEO Nicholas Schorsch is set to launch a public offering for a broker-dealer that specializes in taking illiquid REITs public.
marketwatch.com — SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) - The Fox TV network show "Arrested Development" has been off the air for seven years - or about twice as long as the comedy was originally broadcast - but absence has only seemed to make the hearts of millions of fans grow fonder for the critically acclaimed, but low-rated, series.
blogs.wsj.com — By Paul Vigna Forty-five seconds over Wall Street for this Wednesday a.m., May 22, 2103. Stock futures up modestly ahead of Ben Bernanke's Congressional testimony and FOMC minutes. Retailers Target Lowe's and Staples all report earnings, all show that consumers are still holding back.
blogs.barrons.com — Market check: Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is scheduled to testify before Congress this morning. The price of gold is about six bucks below the $1,400 level around 9 a.m. The 1.1% rise sure looks like a bet on a newly generous timetable for the "tapering" of central bankers' quantitative easing efforts.
thechicagofinancialplanner.com — There was a recent article on the CNN/Money website entitled Amateur investors tap 401(k)s to buy homes that discussed an increasing trend of 401(k) investors who tap their accounts to buy houses. The thought process is to take advantage of the hot housing market in some areas on the country with money that would otherwise be locked up in a 401(k) until retirement.
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