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November 14, 2014, Vol. 32, No. 22

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Vanguard Group Inc., which beats the mutual fund industry by not trying to beat the stock market, attracted more money in the first 10 months of 2014 than it did in any calendar year of its storied 39-year history. Costs, returns and fads are the topics under discussion.

Unaccountably cheap

If efficient-market doctrine were correct, the share price of a certain alternative asset manager would likewise, necessarily, be correct. As we doubt the doctrine, so do we doubt the price. It is too low.

Pick to not click

Mr. Stock Market is fully attuned to the problems of this major oil producer. Mr. Bond Market needs to focus.

Monetary action agenda

With respect to the radicalization of monetary policy, investors en masse resemble the sleepy frog in the warming saucepan. They don’t jump out while the jumping’s good.

Race to debase

A strong exchange rate is the Old Maid of global trade. If neither the dollar nor the euro nor the yen nor the franc nor the renminbi will bear a high exchange rate, which monetary medium will consent to excel?

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