The Wall Street Journal reports that Cybercriminals are getting good. More advanced and skilled hackers are exploiting publicly available information--and weaknesses in email systems--to trick small businesses into transferring large sums of money. The fraudulent requests often have a legitimate-sounding purpose involving big name bank accounts like Northern Trust and Comerica. Not small change--Companies across the globe lost more than $1 billion dollars—with a B-- from October 2013 through June 2015, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. A local Phoenix metals company recently lost $100,000 with no chance of recovery. Steve and Sinclair review. In the Q & A, Steve discusses a new dynamic approach to target dating your portfolio.