November 5, 2010

AdvisorOne’s Top 5 Most Read Stories of the Week

These are AdvisorOne’s Top 5 Most Read Stories for the week of Nov. 1:

 

1)    The Implications of Fed QE2 for Client Portfolios

By Chris Shayne, CFA, Bonddesk

The FOMC's QE2 decision makes it reasonable to expect the yield curve will stay near or below its current level for a little while longer.

 

2)    Fed Announces $600 Billion QE2; Holds Rates Steady

By Joyce Hanson, AdvisorOne

Fed rolls out QE2, but J.P. Morgan's Kelly warns of a "possible QE3 or sharp reaction in the bond market."

 

3)    Top 5 Most Expensive, Top 5 Cheapest States for Nursing Home/Assisted Living Care

By Marlene Y. Satter

Alaska is the most expensive state for nursing home care, according to a survey released Tuesday by Metlife’s Mature Market Institute.

 

4)    Election 2010: GOP Wins House, but Major Reforms to Dodd-Frank, Health Care Unlikely

By Melanie Waddell, AdvisorOne

The Republicans' victory in taking over the House on Tuesday means they will do their best to reform the health care law and loosen the regulatory reins of Dodd-Frank.

 

5)    ETF Expert: As ETF Offerings Expand, More Funds “Jump the Track”

By Vaughan Scully, Standard & Poor's

A Morgan Stanley study found 37.5% of ETFs had a tracking error of more than 100 basis points in ’09.

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