Yes, a Corporate Tax Cut Would Increase Investment
Republicans have science on their side when it comes to this part of their tax plans.
Low Returns Are a Feature of Markets, Not a Bug
After accounting for inflation and costs many more investors end up losing than winning.
Dancing Around the (Morning)Stars
Don't be an unintentional momentum investor. There are better measures than Morningstar ratings to evaluate a fund.
Creating a Special Needs Plan for Social Security, ABLE Accounts
Recent data shows one in five individuals will face the need for special needs financial planning, but it’s often overlooked by advisors.
Helping Millennials Embrace Investment Risk
Millennials are more timid than older generations when it comes to investing their money.
10 Finance Books Worth Reading This Winter
These are not merely the classics — they may be a bit off the beaten path.
GE’s Big Cut Is a Warning for Dividend Stock Investors
Viewing a high dividend in isolation, seizing on the attractive payout while failing to appreciate the risks that come with it, is a mistake.
Emerging Markets: Opportunities Abound, but Beware the Index
By owning the common passive EM equity strategies, investors could be exposed to far more risk than they realize.
Using Big Data Gives Investing Edge With ETFs, Risk
Big data is about faster, better analytics, that help extract that “needle from the haystack” using the latest data science.
10 Lessons From the Fall Frenzy of Financial Activity
The relatively short time between Labor Day and Thanksgiving is a blur of activity in the investment industry.