Why HBO’s John Oliver Is Spot On About Brexit
The host of HBO’s “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” turned his comedic firepower on the drama that is Brexit.
What John Oliver Got Right (and Wrong) About the DOL Fiduciary Rule
Oliver has provided some needed exposure--and clarity--on a rule little understood by consumers.
3 Rules for Clients to Build a Healthier Relationship With Money
As advisors, you can help your clients develop stronger financial thinking by learning these three rules, and helping clients to incorporate them over time.
Negative Interest Rates Are Nothing to Fear
There's nothing special about going below zero, but this tool--depending on how its communicated and used--can be valuable.
The Presidential Election: America’s New Reality TV Show
What are the investment implications of a Trump or Clinton presidency? Some seem obvious, others less clear.
Yes, a Six-Figure Income Means You’re Affluent
The mortgage interest tax deduction is largely a subsidy for the affluent, and if your household makes over $100,000, that means you, Justin Fox writes.
SEC Stance on BD Registration for PE Managers Remains Unclear
Little-noticed cases against private equity firms Blackstreet and Rubicon have failed to dispel the confusion over whether PE managers are required to register as brokers.
Think Market Indicators Are Shouting Bear? Think Again: Searching for Alpha for June 2016
Specific market history (think 1989) provides some clues as to where this market may be heading.
In Defense of Gold as a Defensive Asset
The Fed is behind the curve on rate hikes, and that’s good news for gold investors.
High-Yield Bonds: The One Place Not to Own an ETF
There has been a remarkable trend lately among ETFs invested in high-yield bonds — dramatic outflows of cash.