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Dec 24, 2019

Legendary bond fund manager Dan Fuss of Loomis Sayles Bond Fund turns his attention to the year ahead in the second part of his chat with Chuck Jaffe, and he believes the fixed-income market will be benign in 2020, not quite as buoyant as the current year, and he talks about how the Federal Reserve's changing policies about how they disclose information has made the bond market significantly more stable. Also on the show, Matt Harris of HighTower Wealth Management talks technical analysis and how he sees the market showing signs that growth is coming in the new year, Sarah Asebedo of Texas Tech University chats about her research showing that personality traits affect retirement spending, and Eric Marshall of the Hodges Funds covers stocks in the Market Call.