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  • Every $1 in Richard Lehmann's medium-risk portfolio grew to $2.30.

    Time To Bid On EBay

  • Special Offer: Richard Lehmann's 2009 total return on his "medium-risk" fixed-income portfolio is 58% -- triple the Dow's return!

    Chemistry Can Trump Credentials

  • Special Offer: Richard Lehmann's 2009 total return on his medium-risk fixed-income portfolio was 58% -- triple the Dow's return -- and it still yields 8%.

    Bondholders: Don't Fear Rising Rates

  • FEMA estimates that a quarter of all its flood claims come from low - and medium-risk areas that don't expect flooding.

    National Flood Insurance Program is caught in Senate wrangling

  • Marcuard Family Office, a multi-family office based in Zurich, says its medium-risk portfolios were up an average of 12% last year, compared with the 30% achieved by the MSCI World Index.

    Family Fortunes

  • You can still get 8%-12% yields in preferred shares, convertibles, and medium-risk corporate debt.

    Dendreon, Biogen And Abbott Look Like Bear Food

  • Co-ops cannot be the vehicle for pooling high-risk, low-risk, and medium-risk employers.

    Co-Ops: The Three-Card Monte of Health Reform

  • The Santa Cruz County, California, JDAI developed an objective screening process to detain only high-risk offenders, engaged families in assessment and intervention, created culturally responsive alternatives, and established community-based detention for low - and medium-risk youths and wrap around services that could be delivered in the community at day treatment sites.

    Marian Wright Edelman: Promising Models for Reforming Juvenile Justice Systems

  • Initially, as the New York Times reported, the general was supposedly recommending three possibilities: a low figure of 10,000-15,000 ( "a high-risk option"), an in-between figure of 25,000 ( "a medium-risk option"), and a top figure of 45,000 ( "a low-risk option").

    Tom Engelhardt: Too Big to Fail?: Why All the President's Afghan Options Are Bad Ones

  • In a forthcoming paper in the Journal of Monetary Economics they show that spreads on low - to medium-risk corporate bonds, particularly those with 15 or more years until maturity, predicted changes in the economy phenomenally well, forecasting the ups and downs in both hiring and production a year before they occurred.

    Giving Corporate Credit Its Due

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