Turkey Election Results Don’t Derail Need for Economic Reforms
Turkey’s ruling AKP party lost the parliamentary majority in Sunday’s election, but investors, waiting to see what sort of coalition will emerge, are still hopeful.
‘Unprecedented’ Changes to Japan’s Corporate Governance
Drew Edwards, portfolio manager at investment firm Advisory Research, was surprised recently by a couple of phone calls from Japan.
Financial Decision Making Comes From Deep Inside the Brain
Why are some people better investors than others? Why are some investors bigger risk takers than others?
Chile’s Political Scandal Worrisome to Investors
Investors have also been less than happy with the policies of socialist President Michelle Bachelet, which have alienated business and corporate leaders.
Despite Rate Cut, Investors Focus on China for Long Term
Here are some of the trends economists see, both current and future.
Successful Impact Investing: Embracing Faith-Based Screens for Top Returns
There is no need to sacrifice values for strong investment performance, says GuideStone's Ron Dugan. Lipper agrees.
Russian Economy Improves but Investors Staying Clear
Although Russian companies are more competitive now in their key trading markets, the overall environment is still not favorable.
U.K. Election Kindles Economic Worries
Many investors are worried that the United Kingdom’s stellar economic run over the last few years may be coming to an end.
What Your Clients’ Personalities Say About Their Portfolios
Contemporary psychologists believe there are five basic dimensions of the human personality. These traits can influence financial behavior and investing patterns, a study found.
Helping Japanese Americans Reach Their Planning Goals
Kondo Wealth Advisors helps generations of Japanese-American clients save for their futures while also giving back to their community.