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Here are three of the week's top pieces of financial advice, gathered from around the web:
Gold: Still a gambleInvestors are once again looking to gold as "insurance against chaos," said Jason Zweig at The Wall Street Journal. The price of gold is up about 20 percent since last July. But investing in it "is still a leap in the dark." I'll admit that the yellow metal has certainly "preserved its purchasing power" over the centuries.
Lake Forest, Illinois. Howard Van Doren Shaw, a leader in the American Craftsman movement, built this seven-bedroom home in 1909.
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Saint Paul, Minnesota. Nobel Peace Prize winner and former Secretary of State Frank B.
The smartest insight and analysis, from all perspectives, rounded up from around the web:
"Judgment Day has come for Herbalife," said Michelle Celarier at New York. The Los Angeles–based seller of diet shakes, nutritional supplements, and other weight loss products last week agreed to pay $200 million in order to settle charges with the Federal Trade Commission, which stopped just short of labeling the business a flat-out pyramid scheme.