12 Worst Financial Advisors in America: 2016
Oh, the web those scammers weave to get a fast buck. Here are some of the dirtier dozen from 2016.
Businesses Salivate Over Trump’s Tax Ideas, but Will They Happen?
There’s been a lot of talk in Washington concerning “pro-business” tax cuts. What happens, and what it means to investors, remains to be seen.
Tech Winners, Losers Under Trump Administration
After crashing on the news of Donald Trump’s election, the broad stock market partially came back, particularly bank stocks.
The Collectibles Market: More Than a Labor of Love, Potentially Very Lucrative
The deputy chairman of Christie’s suggests that investors focus on markets like wine and jewelry where investments can be easily tracked.
Organized Crime Has Gone Online and Hackers Are Looking at You
Hackers use various attacks to infiltrate company systems and are soaking them for billions of dollars. Being pro-active is RIAs’ only option.
REITs Poised for More Gains, Driven by Demographics
Millennials and seniors are seen as key drivers for the REIT market, underpinning demand for multi-family housing and senior care facilities.
Farmland: An Increasingly Popular Alternative Investment
A report found that more investors are buying agricultural/farmland assets to diversify and profit from growing global demand for food.
Bad News for Energy Bulls: Slowing Demand and Increasing Supply
The International Energy Agency says demand for oil is slowing more than expected while OPEC has produced “near record” supply.
ETFs: An Easier Way to Roll Into Retirement, Experts Say
Retirement fund experts said ETFs and technology are making it easier, and mostly cheaper, to invest for retirement.
‘Pundits’ See More ETF Growth; Reduced Active Management
“Meet the Pundits” panel at Morningstar ETF Conference, which included Morningstar’s Ben Johnson, discusses the declining role of the traditional active manager.