Legal marijuana may indeed become the next big business trend, but that doesn't necessarily mean pot-related stocks are a good buy.
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The Fed's concerns over mild price increases could result in policies that take another bite out of the value of saving.
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The low-yield environment has led some investors to consider risks that aren't likely to be justified by their returns.
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