Former Senator Calls on Congress to Investigate ‘Flash Crash’
Former Sen. Ted Kaufman, D-Del., and Dennis Kelleher, CEO of Better Markets, are urging Congress to create an independent commission to investigate the 2010 crash.
Warren Buffett: A Different Kind of Owner—The 2015 IA 35 for 35
The legendary investor is revered for his investment philosophies and his adherence to value investing.
‘Living Inheritance’ Could Hurt Retirement
A report by HSBC identified a “living inheritance” trend among Americans, as 43% of retirees said they were providing regular financial support to another person.
Are You a Contrarian or Part of the Herd?
A new analysis from Curalytics of more than 3,100 portfolios shows that there is a herd mentality among institutional investors.
UBS Is Having Its Best Day in Years
Profit doubled last quarter for the Swiss bank, and wealth-management Americas' earnings rose close to 5%.
SEC Chief: Advisor Exam Crunch Is a ‘Serious’ Investor Protection Issue
SEC chief White tells senators the current 10% advisor exam rate is cause for "great concern" and discusses fiduciary rules.
Top Hedge Fund Managers Collect Big Paychecks Despite Underperformance
The 25 top-earning hedge fund managers collected $11.62 billion in pay in 2014, but 12 of them had gains only in the single digits.
Will Vanguard’s New Hybrid Platform Crush Robos?
Investors with at least $50,000 can pay as little as $150 a year for the service, which combines digital advice with guidance from an advisor.
Tom Bradley: Advisor Evangelist—The 2015 IA 35 for 35
Ask Bradley to look back at pivotal moments that shaped the advisory business and he recalls May Day 1975, the day the SEC deregulated commissions.
Many Millionaires Say No to Advisors on Retirement Planning
Almost one-third of millionaires nearing retirement have never consulted an advisor because they feel they can do better on their own, a Deloitte survey found.