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  • "Non-professional investors feel they don't get a fair shake, that they have no capability whatsoever to understand the forces that are really driving the market," said Dan Genter , chief executive and chief investment officer of RNC Genter Capital Management in Los Angeles.

    Markets Back in Lockstep as Risk Bets Return

  • Mr. Genter, like Mr. Toms, thinks fundamentals will gain power in financial markets, as the memories of recent crises fade.

    Markets Back in Lockstep as Risk Bets Return

  • "Today is the kickoff of the normal summer doldrums," said Dan Genter , chief executive of RNC Genter Capital Management.

    Blue Chips Skid for Fourth Week in a Row

  • "You're seeing shorter-term Treasurys yielding virtually zero, and this was yielding as much as 55 basis points," or 0.55%, when it was first offered to individual buyers Tuesday, Mr. Genter said.

    California Debt Sells Out Fast

  • Ms. Whitney and others who predicted munis' demise "just had the wrong D-word," said Dan Genter , chief investment and executive officer for RNC Genter Capital Management in Los Angeles, which has about $1.5 billion in muni assets under management.

    Muni Bonds: A Disaster That Wasn't

  • "This is a market that just has momentum and it wants to go higher," said Dan Genter , chief executive and chief investment officer of RNC Genter Capital Management.

    Stocks Close at 2½-Year High

  • "The market needs confirmation that the Fed has a QE3 bullet and is ready to pull the trigger quickly if needed," said Daniel Genter , chief executive at RNC Genter Capital Management.

    U.S. Stocks Fall After Fed Statement

  • "My biggest fear is the supercommittee comes out with some plan that has no guts to it whatsoever and people look at it as being totally impotent," said Daniel Genter , chief executive officer at RNC Genter Capital Management.

    U.S. Stocks Finish Higher

  • "It's an area, for the most part, that's clearly, 'Buyer beware,'" said Dan Genter , chief executive of RNC Genter Capital Management, which manages $1.8 billion in municipal bonds and has never purchased this kind of debt.

    Agencies Fading, but Bonds Live On

  • Investors have flocked to the California note deal so far because it offers loftier yields than benchmark triple-A-rated one-year debt as well as shorter Treasury notes, said Dan Genter , president and chief investment officer of RNC Genter Capital in Los Angeles.

    California Debt Sells Out Fast

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