Of Mutual Interest

  This undated photo provided by AllianceBernstein shows Seth Masters, chief investment officer of asset allocation with AllianceBernstein L.P. Masters argues that dividend-paying stocks have become so expensive that they no longer offer the relative safety that investors expect from them. Masters sees far more opportunity in the market's lowest-priced value stocks, which have become bargains. (AP Photo/AllianceBernstein)
This undated photo provided by AllianceBernstein shows Seth Masters, chief investment officer of asset allocation with AllianceBernstein L.P. Masters argues that dividend-paying stocks have become so expensive that they no longer offer the relative safety that investors expect from them. Masters sees far more opportunity in the market's lowest-priced value stocks, which have become bargains. (AP Photo/AllianceBernstein)

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