Munger Says Fellow Republicans Are ‘Bonkers’ for Taking Away Bank Regulations
He says banks need to act in a "careful, standardized way"; Trump has called Dodd-Frank regulation a "disaster."
Ron Carson — The Advisor’s Advisor: The 2017 IA 25
He argues today's reps must prove their worth and adjust to change; "you either evolve quickly or become irrelevant."
Senate ACA Replacers May Tap Medicare Surtax and Net Investment Tax
Fully repealing both taxes could cost the U.S. government $275 billion in revenue over 10 years, according to CBO analysts.
David Gergen Handicaps the Republican Agenda
The former presidential advisor says passage of a health care bill will clear the way for smaller than expected tax cuts and deregulation.
JPMorgan’s Kelly: Trump’s Tax Plan Faces Roadblocks
The chief global strategist also says the U.S. has a "bumper-lane economy."
Americans to Trump: Your Tax Returns First, Then Reform
Americans in a Florida Atlantic University poll are unconvinced by the president’s tax plan.
TD Bank Names New Sales Chief for Wealth Group
Jim Nesci joins the the firm from Provident Bank; he has more than 25 years in the industry.
R. Alexander Acosta — Fiduciary Foreman: The 2017 IA 25
The new Labor secretary could lead the unwinding, and potentially killing, of Labor’s fiduciary rule, which was six years in the making.
RBC, Amerprise Add Wirehouse Reps: Recruiting Roundup
Meanwhile, Raymond James grabs a Morgan Stanley executive; CapTrust brings InTrust into its network.
Gundlach: Get Ready for Higher Yields, Summer Selloff
The DoubleLine CEO also sees oil prices and the dollar weakening, but gold moving in the opposite direction.