Looking to wear some green? Wall Street's got some interesting reports to look forward to this week. Yes, General Mills
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Wall Street will also get a taste of some home cooking when Bear Stearns
With companies comfortable going public again and the investing community working back into a cozy groove, these should be hearty times for traditional investment banks. The companies themselves recognize as much. Morgan Stanley's CEO received a 28% hike in total compensation in 2003.
With all this in mind, it's only natural to expect some upbeat reports from the financial services heavies. Otherwise, we'll be reminded once more of the big difference between money well spent and money -- well -- spent.
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Longtime Fool contributor Rick Munarriz thinks that making sure that your broker is the best fit for you is the first step of a successful investing journey. He does not own shares in any companies mentioned in this story.