Investing in Collectible Cars for Pleasure and Profit
Auction prices for rare automobiles have skyrocketed into the millions of dollars, but special cars need special treatment—and insurance coverage.
How Advisors Choose Liquid Alts: Reducing Risk, but Watch the Fees
In the second of a series, a look at liquid alts’ role in reducing portfolio risk, and how to find some hidden costs.
4 Leadership Lessons From Football to Build Your Advisory Firm
Legendary Tennessee football coach Phillip Fulmer shares his insights on vision, teamwork and legacy building.
Are You an ‘Internet Adviser?’ A 10-Year-Old SEC Rule Predated Robo-Advisors
SEC Rule 203A-2(e) governs registration requirements for advisors delivering advice by the Internet. Here’s how to stay compliant with this foresighted rule.
Want Referrals for New Clients? Get Them on the Web
A Paladin Registry survey makes a pretty compelling case that there is plenty of opportunity for independent advisors to get clients on the Web.
CFB Board Creates Another Three-Bucket Mess on Compensation
Rick Kahler’s "fee-only" trouble demonstrates the limitations of the CFP Board’s compensation rules.
Ritholtz to Alt Fund Investors: Beware ‘Negative Alpha’
Barry Ritholtz asks: Why should individual investors want to invest like a hedge fund?
Warren Buffett’s Huge Pile of Cash
When Buffett sits on more than $50 billion, it's time to worry about corporate America's enormous cash pile, Leonid Bershidsky says on Bloomberg View.
Minimizing the 3.8% Medicare Tax From Retirement Account Distributions
Advisors can prove their worth in helping clients minimize the impact of the new 3.8% net investment income tax that can come from retirement accounts.
How an Advisor Can Outsource Money Management While Staying Involved
Managing money on your own takes a lot of work, but this outsourcing strategy allows me to stay involved while using the best managers.