Congressional Budget Office Is Broken (Finally)
The author contends that the new CBO report on H.R. 1628 shows why states should set their own health rules.
Why Do the Pundits Hate Fixed Annuities?
Sure, haters gonna hate, hate, hate. How do you play ball?
The Rise and Fall of Modern Portfolio Theory
MPT’s ubiquity confirms its legitimacy through social validation rather than empirical evidence.
Advisors Should Consider Alternatives to Publicly Traded REITs
Given REITs’ limitations, consider a wider array of options for clients who have the ability and willingness to invest in less-liquid real estate alternatives.
A Step Backward in Financial Regulation
The Financial Choice Act will make the financial system less safe, and it won't eliminate bailouts in a future crisis.
When Finance Is a Character in a Novel
What you do serves basic human needs.
The Fixed-Index Annuity Industry Won Battles Only To Lose the War
A financial consultant looks at the ties that bind you.
Life Insurance: Perception v. Reality
If you are new to life sales, you'd better have good answers to these three everyday objections.
Rule of Law Actually Applies to Democrats, Too
The author says the Obama administration set an awful example for the new administration.
Investors Are Under Siege
It is not a single item, or event, but the fact that we are being bombarded with supersized issues everywhere.