More On Legal & Compliancefrom The Advisor's Professional Library
- The Custody Rule and its Ramifications When an RIA takes custody of a clients funds or securities, risk to that individual increases dramatically. Rule 206(4)-2 under the Investment Advisers Act (better known as the Custody Rule), was passed to protect clients from unscrupulous investors.
- Use and Misuse of Social Media Social media is an inexpensive and effective way to communicate with established and prospective clients. Nevertheless, when RIAs utilize social media to promote their advisory practices, they risk compliance problems for their firms.
Forbes.com writer Ahmed Taha analyzes the SEC's warnings to investors about not using a fund's past performance to predict future performance.
WealthManagerWeb.com writer J. Gibson Watson III shares points in favor of active portfolio management.
Marc L. Ross, CFA, CFP, shares an introduction to hedged mutual funds at Investorpedia.com.
James E. McWhinney offers an excellent summary of mutual funds' emergence and development.
Forbes.com gives a great overview of this new development in an unusual format.