Goldman Says U.S. Bondholders Risk a $1.1 Trillion Hit if Rates Spike
A 1% increase in interest rates could inflict such a mega loss in the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate Index, according to Goldman analysts.
Liquid Alts Underperformed Hedge Funds in September
The Wilshire Liquid Alternative Index returned 0.1%, compared with the HFRX Global Hedge Fund Index’s 0.6% return.
Psychologist Offers Advice for Clinton, Trump to Improve Debate Performance
Before Wednesday’s debate, Dr. Alden Cass, a clinical psychologist who assists financial advisors, addresses the candidates’ behavioral weaknesses.
REITs Poised for More Gains, Driven by Demographics
Millennials and seniors are seen as key drivers for the REIT market, underpinning demand for multi-family housing and senior care facilities.
Top Portfolio Products: A Whiskey and Spirits ETF; Target Date App for DC Plans
WSKY invests in global companies that earn much or some of their revenue from the production of alcoholic beverages.
Who Wants to Buy LPL? So Far, One Ex-Broker
In a challenging week for the IBD, Joseph Nodarse of Hudson, Riley says he is exploring a bid, but there’s skepticism over his plan.
House, Senate Races Loom Large for Next President’s Success
“A single party government can work pretty quickly,” said economist Vince Reinhart.
For Pre-Retirees Delaying Social Security Benefits, New Tools May Help Fill Income
LifeYield enhances its Social Security Advantage platform to help advisors replace income when clients delay Social Security benefits.
Economic Anxiety Peaks as Election Approaches
Americans’ economic anxiety had increased over the past six months, and was up significantly from a year ago, according to a poll.
As SEC’s Money Market Rules Begin, Advisors Warned of Complexities
Investors should consider impact of new rules, “including the deteriorating purchasing power protection of money funds,” says PIMCO’s Schneider.