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March 20, 2015, Vol. 33, No. 06

Operation Barn door

Incapable of predicting financial crises, our central bankers are doing their utmost to prevent them. Should you rest easier on that account? You should not.

Bullish even now

"Settle in" for a period of relatively weak oil prices, Rex Tillerson, CEO of ExxonMobil, resignedly advised analysts the other day. Reconsider the values inherent in a pair of orphaned energy stocks, Grant's proposes.

Monetary diversity

That currency in your wallet, Ms. or Mr. American, is it all the same color green? If so, you are in violation of the time-honored investment precept of diversification. The case for diversifying into a new and different color combination

'Patient' is--still--the word

From the vantage point of Tuesday, the Fed will stand pat on Wednesday. We hereby make brave to forecast an event that will have occurred before the forecast is issued. Patience, Ms. Yellen.

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