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Zeller Kern’s News and Commentary
Will Europe Fire Up the Printing Press?
August 27, 2014
As last week brought us the meeting of the great central planners in Jackson Hole, the market continues its astonishing levitation. Investor appetite appears to be well in force, as U.S. junk bond funds absorbed another net $2.2 billion of inflow for the week of August 20th. Within the past three weeks, the High-Yield corporate bond market index has declined by 50 basis points to 5.54% - to put things into perspective, the yield on Money Market Funds in December of 2006, was approximately 4.70%! So why would Treasuries be rallying along with high yield bonds and the stock market as investors rush in to take on more risk? The question is rhetorical. More>
This short video discusses the four ways you can take money out of your 401(k) o 403(b) plan: withdrawals while you are still working, plan loans, payments when you leave your job, and required distributions. You’ll learn about penalties for early withdrawal, tax consequences, how and when withdrawals may be taken, and more.
Prepared by Broadridge Investor Communication Solutions, Inc. Copyright 2014