Falling Energy Prices: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
The recent correction in the price of crude oil should have an immediate positive impact on the US consumer as well as on a number of business sectors. However there also may be a significant downside.
A Death Rattle for ‘2-and-20’ in Private Investing
IPO allocations are the pits if you are a financial advisor. But better ways to invest in soon-to-go-public firms are coming.
Advisors Leave PIMCO, Not to Follow Gross
Advisors are moving client money from the Total Return Fund and others Bill Gross once managed, to comparable "drama-free" funds.
Fund Managers Line Up for Alternative Energy Yieldcos
The hunt for dividend yield is pushing U.S. fund managers into an unproven new offshoot of the alternative energy industry.
Best Finance Tweets of the Month: September
On Sept. 1, Scotland was weighing self-rule, Derek Jeter was ruling baseball and Bill Gross was reigning over PIMCO. A different era, it was.
Why the JPMorgan Data Breach Should Freak You Out
In summary: If even JPMorgan isn't safe, no one is.
Liftoff! Joshua Brown on Ritholtz’s New Advice Platform
In an interview with the Abnormal Returns blog, CEO Joshua Brown discusses why the "war" between human and robo-advisors is overhyped.
Wall Street's Young Bankers Are Still Mostly White and Male
Wall Street's gender diversity problem isn't confined to the top executives.
The Long and Sometimes Wacky Reign of the Bond King
William H. Gross, who unexpectedly resigned on Friday from Pimco, the giant asset manager he founded, has long been one of the most respected investors on Wall Street, nicknamed the Bond King. He has also been one of the most colorful.
Men More Confident About Economy Than Women
It looks like the wounds of the "he-cession" are finally starting to heal.