What the Future of Social Security Looks Like: Bill Reichenstein
Reichenstein, a Social Security expert, tells ThinkAdvisor how to make the trust fund last another 75 years and discusses some strategies retirees overlook.
Fed’s Dudley Says He Favors Tighter Monetary Policy Over Time
New York Fed President William Dudley signaled that he approves of higher interest rates over time as the economy continues to improve.
CANNEX Brings Greater Transparency to Annuity Market: Top Portfolio Products
In other product news, Invesco and iShares expand their ETF lineups.
Why RIAs and IBDs Favor ETFs Over Actively Managed Funds 4 to 1
The increased flows into ETFs are due to many factors including the DOL fiduciary rule.
PIMCO to Pay SEC Nearly $20M for Misleading Total Return ETF Investors
PIMCO didn’t tell investors that the initial surge by the fund—formerly managed by Bill Gross—was driven by a strategy that wasn’t sustainable, the SEC said.
10 Key Dates That Could Move Markets
Sinead Colton of Mellon Capital says the final weeks of the year and the next 12 months could prove interesting.
Gross Warns That Trump Rally Built on False Promise of Growth
The Janus bond fund manager recommends that investors move to cash and bonds whose durations are below investors' benchmarks.
Which Robo-Advisors Are Best? To Find Out, an RIA Invests in Them
Condor Capital, a New Jersey-based RIA, invested in about a dozen robo-advisors to measure their comparable performance.
BofA Says We Might Be Seeing a Sign of the Bull Market's End
Time could be running out for U.S. equities.
Financial Planners Play Therapist to Paralyzed Liberals
Post-election, advisors find themselves playing political therapists for distraught progressive clients, coaxing them to stick to investment plans.