What the Fed Will and Won't Do This Week
The Fed's policy making body likely won't raise rates this week, but watch for some repricing of shorter-maturity U.S. Treasury securities.
How an Advisor's Compensation Structure Affects the Client Relationship
Why a fee-based comp model is more beneficial to the advisor's company, the advisor and the client.
This Bull Market Is Powered By Your Indifference: Barry Ritholtz
The bull market really began in 2013... By that measure, this bull market is only three years old and could easily have a long way to go.
Sometimes It's Hard for Owners to Talk to Companies
Why the U.S. Justice Department is casting a wary eye on public company executives talking to individual shareholders.
The SEC Investor Advocate’s View Askew: The Illusion of Fee Disclosure
What’s missing in the SEC report are the costs to investors of recommendations by “advisors” who do not have a fiduciary duty.
3 Ways Advisors Can Raise Their Social Media Game
Worried you don't have enough unique content to run on your social media channels? You actually do, following these steps.
Lending to Poor People Didn't Cause the Financial Crisis
Two Trump advisors lay the blame for the credit crisis and Great Recession on the Community Reinvestment Act of 1977. The reality is different.
ABLE Accounts Yield Tax-Preferred Special Needs Savings
ABLE accounts represent a valuable tax-preferred planning tool for disabled individuals, but they are just one piece of the puzzle.
Earning Your Clients' Trust: Simple but Not Immediate
Caring for your clients can build trust over time, but you can build your business by being trustworthy.
Are Bonds Losing Their Defensive Edge?
Many investors are concerned that the bull market in bonds is getting too old to play effective portfolio defense while continuing to deliver strong returns.