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Bond investing in challenging times: Bonds and your portfolio
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Australian Managed Fund Investments
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Target-date retirement funds may be riskier than you think
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Vanguard International Growth Fund: A manager looks at the global market
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Investing in a Post-Chavez Venezuela - Van Eck Global
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Client-Owned - Vanguard
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Eyewitness to the birth of an industry -- American Funds
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Video: Tom Rampulla sheds light on tracker funds
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Lesson 70: Index Funds
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Tolu and Oluwaseun moving forward
on Morning Crossfire Lagos. National
newspaper headlines coming right
up.... Punch:

*Merger: Fresh crisis looms in APC
*Keshi snubs Yobo again, invites 30
*NCAA stops Aero from flying six
planes *NECO workers, others protest planned
scrapping of agency
*Merger: Fresh crisis looms in APC
*Bomb explodes in Kano
*Lekki seaport, international airport on
course –Fashola *Tricylists association sues Lagos to
stop merger
*NLC organises rally on pensioners’
ordeal on Wednesday
*Only 27.2% of Nigerians’ll be poor by
2015 —NBS Vanguard:

*Anambra/Kogi border clash: Govs
Wada, Obi call for peace
*Joseph Yobo uncensored! I can’t be a
part-time Eagles player
*BOKO HARAM: Jonathan sets up Amnesty committee
*Adamawa PDP crisis: Sule Lamido's
committee submits report to Jonathan
*NFF wades into Keshi-Yobo face-off
*Ex-militants threaten FG over amnesty
*20 HIV positive, 5 pregnant maids disqualify for Kano mass wedding
*721 policemen rendered homeless in
*Nat’l Theatre: Don’t wipe our history,
Fashola tells FG
*Boko Haram are too illiterate for their sophisticated attacks – Kalu Guardian:

*Nigeria needs to renegotiate oil deals,
says ECA chief
*Ex-militants protest alleged neglect at
*Govt raises panel to consider Boko Haram’s amnesty
*Govt plans new land registration
*Ahead 2015 target date, FCTA moves
to meet MDGs
*Minister intervenes in Manitoba, workers face-off
*Labour threatens to protest against
pensions fraud April 10
*Govt raises panel to consider Boko
Haram’s amnesty
*NDLEA uncovers large quantity of illicit drugs inside industrial filter
*U.S. boosts missile defence as more
criticisms trail North Korea’s nuclear
strike warning
*N250b Lekki port takes off Sept. 2016 Tribune:

*Why there is hunger in Nigeria -
*Petty traders to now pay tax —FIRS
up commitee *Pension fund: Nationwide workers’
strike begins April 10
*No white paper from presidency on
NECO, UTME —Rufa’i
*FG, states, LGs share N71b subsidy
savings in 2 months *Kano mass wedding: 20 couples HIV
*Murder: PDP asks IGP to redeploy Ekiti
CP •PDP, FG persecuting our chairman -
Ekiti ACN •
*Osun NLC, TUC, others cannot call for strike - JNPSNC
*Nigerians among the rich that hide
cash offshore —Investigation
*Arrest of Ekiti ACN chairman is abuse
of federal might - ACN


IFA.tv - Advanced Tax Management and Index Funds - Show 49-3
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Risks in short-term bond funds - May 2010
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Home Alarm Vibration Detector Mutual Index Funds Historic Trends Builder Inventors Guide Tiller Mixer Jigsaw
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Is the Free Market Corroding Moral Character?
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Boko Haram is your baby, Buhari fires back at Jonathan;

VCs, lecturers disagree over scrapping of UTME, NECO;

Age falsification: It’s absolute nonsense - Taribo;

US posts $5m reward for Ugandan warlord Kony;

Boko Haram's tactics baffling – Ihejirika;

4m/barrels per day by 2020 not feasible under PIB – IOCs;

Killings in the north: Return home if they don’t want you, Orji tells Ndi Igbo;

JTF kills 6 in Kano operations;

Governor Obi sued over alleged diversion of 5billion naira state fund;


Pastor accused of raping minors at orphanage;

Taribo was 40 while claiming 28 –Ex-Partizan president;

Fire displaces 5,000 in Ogun community;

Jonathan, others will go through primaries –PDP;

Okah: MEND threatens to resume attacks on Friday;

How safe is Lagos from Boko Haram?


2015: No automatic tickets for Jonathan, governors;

Ogunlewe, Ogbemudia, Okiro chair varsity boards;

Private investors to take over Abuja, Lagos stadia;

Henry Okah: MEND threatens to relaunch attacks tomorrow;

JTF to MEND: Don’t try it;

Protest in Akure as police kill expectant mother;

Erijiyan-Ekiti killing: Police move ACN chairman to Abuja;


We’ll resume bombings tomorrow—MEND;

PDP, ACN trade words over APC;

APGA dumps Peter Obi over convention;

Okori, Na’Abba, Iwuanyanwu, others appointed into varsities new boards;

18 die in Abuja-Lokoja auto accident;


HENRY OKAH: MEND threatens fresh attacks on oil installations…we’re ready to tackle any upheaval, says JTF…Niger Delta youths protest allocation of eleven oil blocks to non-indigenes;

Power outage likely as gas plant shuts down...FG constitutes boards of federal universities;

BOKO HARAM: Nigeria is under evil attack, says Tukur;

ASUU, NUT kick against scrapping of UTME, NECO…fear grips NECO workers;

18 die, nine injured in Abuja auto crash;


18 killed, seven injured in Abuja auto crash;

Joint police, army patrol takes over Anambra, Kogi border;

Presidency, PDP deny link with directive on APC, Tinubu;

Buhari and Tinubu can’t work together – Agoro;

My parents thought Hospitality Management was money wasting – Joachim Ologunleko;

VOOM: Partnering for healthcare delivery;

Judiciary shot itself in the foot over Salami – Uwaifo;

Keshi ignored NFF on Yobo;

Nigerian health experts meet over Cerebral Palsy in children;


Jonathan grants amnesty to Boko Haram sect…denies ever ruling out amnesty…sets up amnesty commission today;

PRESIDENTIAL DIRECTIVE: Okupe, Abati in rapid-fire denials…we stand by our story—Leadership;

NSCDC rescues 32 pregnant teenagers, arrests landlord in Abia;

Transitional committee set up for 15 power firms;

MD of mint Company tenders resignation.


Health Care Mutual Funds, With New Faces at the Helm
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Vanguard News shared the following link and had this to say about it:

Maternal death claim 287, 000 women, girls every year – UN

Approximately 287,000 women and girls die each year of pregnancy and delivery-related complications, the Executive Director of UN Population Fund (UNFPA), Dr Babatunde Osotimehin, has said.



ΦΒΚ Lecture Series presents John C. Bogle, Q & A Part 3
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Target Date Fund Humor (Old Version)
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When Fees Can Help Your Fund - Morningstar Video
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How to Pick a Mutual Fund
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Despite efforts to achieve Education
for All (EFA) and Millennium
Development Goals in education
before 2015 in Nigeria, Vanguard has
reliably gathered that over ten
million children of school age are currently not in school across the
country. Educationist and Director General of
the Centre for Non-Formal
Education and Training, CENFET, Dr.
Rosemary Nwangwu disclosed this
yesterday in an interview with
Vanguard in Makurdi. She said the figure implied that one
out of every school aged child in
the country was not enjoying the
privilege of acquiring formal
eduction. According to Dr. Nwangwu, a
recent study by the United Nations
Children's Fund, UNICEF, showed
that an estimate of "primary age
and junior secondary age
population of children in Nigeria were 24.7 million and 10.9 million
respectively. "Out of these, about 7.3 million
children representing 29.6% who
were supposed to be in primary
school were out of school while
about 26% of the children who
were supposed to be in junior secondary or about 2.8 million
children were out of school at this
level. "On the aggregate, about 10.1
million children who are supposed
to be in basic education were not in
school. These figures suggest that
whereas one out of three primary
age children is out of school, while one out of four junior secondary
age children are out of school,"she
added. The Director General of CENFET
lamented that appalling situation
was the case despite the universal
free access to basic education
declared by government and the
huge amount of resources invested in that sector. She said government must move
fast to check the situation if the
country was serious to attain the
Millennium Development Goals
(MDGs) in education in order to
justify the huge expenditure in that sector. "The time to act is now, because we
all know that education is the
bedrock of development in any
given society and the earlier we
take proactive action to address
this anomaly the better for the future generation of this country,"
she stressed.

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