Pershing Launches Retirement Plan Network for BDs, RIAs
Using NetX360 as its nexus, initiative will provide tools, resources and data to advisors serving DC retirement plans.
Schwab Posts Record '14 Profits, Sales; New Client Assets Hit $124.8 Billion
Net income was up 23% for year to $1.3 billion on 11% rise in revenues to $6.1 billion; client assets up 10% to $2.46 trillion.
Investors Embraced Passive Funds, Eschewed Active Managers in 2014
Morningstar’s recap of mutual fund and ETF flows shows passive funds led the way with $166 billion in 2014; active funds lost $98 billion.
Bob Doll’s 10 Predictions for 2015 on Markets, Economy
The Nuveen equities guru sees a good year for markets, though more volatility, with the highest GDP growth since 2005.
IRS Pledges 2015 Tax Season Will Open on Time
Commissioner John Koskinen says IRS will begin accepting electronic and paper tax returns on Jan. 20.
Think Like an Owner
The veteran advisor who has built a billion-dollar wealth management firm says there’s one troubling issue he and his owner-advisor peers share.
FINRA Assumes Regulatory, Insider Trading Role for Options
Deal announced with CBOE and C2 Options exchanges will allow regulator to conduct cross-market surveillance on both options and equity insider trading.
What Advisors Can Learn From Selling a House in 2015
So I’m selling the house I’ve lived in for the past 22 years, and the experience is much different this time around.
And After Mobile?
First coined by Kevin Ashton at MIT in 1999, the Internet of Things (or the IoT) is defined by Cisco Systems as “the network of physical objects accessed through the Internet."
Robo-Cars for Retirees?
The United States changed socially, economically and even racially after World War II.