6 Tax-Law Time Bombs Affecting IRAs
Some of these items have been in federal budget proposals for years. It may be only a matter of time before they become law.
Are Commodities Stuck in a Bear ‘Super-Cycle’?
Higher rates and a stronger dollar are weighing on commodities prices, especially precious metals.
With BRC Acquisition, 361 Capital ‘Exploits’ Analysts’ Behavior
The behavior that 361 Capital and BRC Investment Management try to take advantage of: analysts changing their estimates.
Stock-Picking Pros Beat the Indexers
New research shows that when there are chances to beat the market, money managers tend to see them and take them. But there's more.
Moody’s Zandi: Why Trump’s ‘Shocking’ Election Changed My Forecast
Chief economist of Moody’s Analytics gives keys reasons for his revised economic outlook for U.S. and global economies.
Gundlach: Post-Election Markets ‘Confused’; Avoid ‘FANG’ Stocks
The DoubleLine CEO says higher rates and inflation are coming, but Trump has “no magic wand” for economic fixes.
Everyone Knew Trump Would Win All Along
As an example of hindsight bias and how outcomes affect narratives, consider the presidential election.
Black Swans, Trump’s Victory, DOL Rule: Black Swan Expert Explains
Dr. Renaud Piccinini, a risk authority and black swan expert, discusses Trump’s election, risk management and the DOL fiduciary rule.
15 U.S. Companies With Lowest Overall Tax Rates: 2016
Of the S&P 100 companies, only one is paying a negative overall tax rate and is therefore due a discrete net tax benefit.
SEC Chief White to Step Down in January
White has championed a fiduciary rule for all advisors and pressed Congress to raise its budget so it could increase investment advisor exams.