For Divorcing Women, Becoming Financially Knowledgeable Is Crucial
More older women are getting divorced, and if they have delegated financial decision making to their spouses, they need to raise their financial knowledge fast.
10 Best US Cities for Veterans
In some of the cities in NerdWallet's ranking, more than 20% of residents are veterans.
Why Institutional Investors Dominate the Liquid Alt Market
There are a lot of statistics showing investing trends among institutional investors, according to David Katz of Larch Lane Advisors, but tracking retail investors can be more difficult.
U.S. Investors Think Locally, Data Shows
A report by Openfolio, a platform where investors share portfolio philosophies and contents, shows which industries are most popular among investors in various regions.
Retirement Assets Continue Upward Trend in Q1
First-quarter retirement assets increased 1.3% to $24.9 trillion, the Investment Company Institute reported.
Retirement Service Providers Losing Plan Sponsors’ Loyalty
Plan sponsors feel less loyal to their retirement service providers, according to an annual index produced by research firm Chatham Partners.
Financial Confidence Among Military Middle Class Hits Record High
Despite anxiety over sequestration, military families are more confident about their financial security than they have been in some time.
5 Challenges Advisors Need to Conquer in Next 10 Years
“Generally, things are pretty good for advisors” right now, Sanjiv Mirchandani of Fidelity says. But the industry's growth picture is more nuanced than it seems.
How Firms Can Add Young Women — and Boost Performance
The benefits of a diverse work force, including young women, are more immediate than securing replacements for retiring advisors.
Managed Accounts Are Underutilized as Retirement Plan Defaults: Towers Watson
Managed accounts are allowed as a qualified default investment alternative in retirement plans, but they face significant challenges preventing them from overtaking target-date funds.