2 Cities With Best 401(k) Savers: Fidelity
Workers in two California cities are saving the most in their 401(k) plans and taking fewer loans on them.
Taking the Indie Leap; Rethinking REITs: June Research Features—Slideshow
For advisors, going independent requires not just careful cost-benefit analysis but also a focus on their clients' confidence—and their own. Ellen Uzelac's cover story in the June issue of Research magazine probes what's involved in making such a leap of faith, and looks at advisors who have done it. In...
Finke: Is the Time Right for REITs?
Since their epic fall in the Great Recession, REITs have rebounded big time. A fresh look at whether they make sense in a modern portfolio.
The Retirement Apocalypse That Isn’t Coming
Fears of a looming retirement crisis are overblown, Ben Steverman says in the blog Ventured & Gained.
Top 5 States With Greatest New 401(k) Growth
New 401(k) plans are a good indication of a state’s growing economy, according to research by Judy Diamond Associates.
Schorsch Strikes Again: ARCP to Buy Red Lobster Properites
American Reality Capital will pick up more than 500 restaurant leases via a $1.5 billion deal.
How to Add Real Estate to IRAs
Though it's not the easiest investing process, advisors can help clients avoid the common pitfalls, experts say.
Senators Vow More Work on Housing After Voting to Wind Down Fannie, Freddie
Members of the Senate Banking Committee said they’d keep working to overhaul the housing finance system after casting a narrow vote to advance the bill.
Gundlach: Long Bond ‘Melt-Up’ Coming
Star bond manager Jeffrey Gundlach roused Altegris conference attendees with a bullish call on long-term bonds, poised, he says, for a “melt-up.”
Roth Replaces RCAP’s Brown as Schorsch Defends Move
Schorsch tells ThinkAdvisor that he adamantly denies allegations that RCAP is turning into an "ole boys' club" as the respected Valerie Brown leaves Cetera.