Joe Duran’s United Capital Acquires Arizona Firm
United Capital and its affiliates have $17 billion in assets under advisement and, with the addition of Brotherton, 47 offices.
Ritholtz’s Big Picture: 24-7 Media Cycle Is Going to the Blogs
A pundits’ panel of chief strategists join star bloggers Barry Ritholtz and Josh Brown to bemoan the insanity of the 24-7 financial news cycle.
Genworth Taps Industry Veteran Charles Goldman for Board of Directors
As Genworth Financial moves ahead in a partnership with two private equity firms, Goldman, known as a fiduciary advocate, takes the reins as board chairman.
Step Aside, Bill Gross: In Search of the New ETF Rock Stars
While pundits agree that PIMCO's Gross is the biggest “rock star” in fixed income, they say “smart beta” equity ETFs are what's next.
Half of Schwab’s ETF Investors to Boost Holdings Over Next Year
Nearly one in 10 ETF investors hold at least half of their portfolios in ETFs, a Charles Schwab study found.
ETF Inventor Looks to Future With Active Management
As State Street marks the 20th anniversary this year of its SPDR ETF, the firm is looking to the future with more active management.
Morningstar Picks Best ETF Providers for 2013
Morningstar on Thursday gave awards to the best ETFs and providers in several categories.
PIMCO’s Hodge: Default on U.S. Debt Is ‘Unthinkable’
The Morningstar event serves as a bellwether for market participants’ worries about politicking in Washington over the shutdown and the debt ceiling deadline.
Government Shutdown Threatens Growing U.S. Wealth
U.S. households are getting wealthier and earning more, but the government shutdown could put those gains in jeopardy.
What Advisors Need to Know About the New Reverse Mortgage Rules
Get ready to field more questions about the pros and cons of reverse mortgages — and how to use them as an estate planning tool.