‘Mini-Maelstrom of Selling’ Creates Market Opportunities
Zachary Karabell of Envestnet and David Polak of Capital Group suggest the broadness of the selloff has created good value plays.
Market Drop Due to ‘Cracking’ Investor Confidence, Not Recession
Commonwealth’s Brad McMillan argues that even a confidence-driven bear market would be short-lived, especially if corporate earnings hold up.
Commodity ‘Crash’ Could Be ‘Catastrophic’ to Global Economy: HFE
But the U.S. economy bucks the global trend, say economists at High Frequency Economics, with the jobless rate to keep falling.
RIAs Bullish on 2016; See Cybersecurity as Biggest Tech Challenge
Advisors in TD Ameritrade survey expect continued growth in ’16, helped by targeting new niches, though rate hikes remain a concern in building client portfolios.
When Good Business Allows You to Do Good
Younger investors and women want to make money and accomplish social, environmental or corporate governance change at the same time, now and not when they’re older.
The Growing Influence of Impact Investing
The industry is catching on to investors' interest in — and willingness to pay for — products that align their investment goals and personal values.
If 2015 Was the Year of the Robos, What’s Next in Advisor Technology?
New trends on the horizon will further digitize financial transactions and help advisors get to know clients better even before meeting them in person.
Who Wins, Who Loses as Rates Rise
The U.S. economy and markets can handle the challenges of higher rates; other countries, not so much. And watch out for volatility, Jeffrey Kleintop says.
Fixed Income Outlook 2016: Have Rising Interest Rates Been Priced Into Bonds?
With the Fed raising rates, and more hikes likely to come, we look at the opportunities and dangers in fixed income in the New Year.
Fed Made 4 ‘Misjudgments’ on Rates: Larry Summers
Summers says there’s at least "a two-thirds chance that we will experience zero or negative rates again in the next five years."