What Markets Should Conclude From France's Election
Markets understandably will be relieved by the outcome of this first round of voting, but don't relax yet.
The Game Theory of Overbooking Flights
Delta said it could increase the incentives for “voluntary denied boarding.” But what if insights from game theory inform passengers’ reactions?
Set Up to Fail: Bosses Create Problem Employees More Often Than You Think
I can’t tell you how many times an owner-advisor client has come to me about an employee who is “not working out.”
5 Metrics to Help Advisors Master Online Commercial Real Estate Investing
The passing of the JOBS Act drastically changed the CRE investing environment, opening single-asset opportunities to the masses.
Passive Investments: Far From Perfect
There is more to the story that financial advisors must consider when comparing active investments to passive investments.
Value, Not Fees, Must Drive Investment Decision-Making
The goal of a smart portfolio isn’t to buy the cheapest products available; it’s to give investors the best chance at reaching their financial goals.
3 Ways to Tell if the Bull Still Has Room to Run — Searching for Alpha for April 2017
These are the three non-equity indicators I’m watching to see how much more room we might have on the upside.
How to Give a Cool Appraisal to Hot Economics Studies
As with any science, readers need to learn how to be skeptical of news articles about hot new empirical results.
Investors Optimistically Terrified, but Tactical Moves Exist
While we can’t predict the markets' future, options do exist for tactical thinkers on both sides of the trade.
Advising Clients on Social Security: Talking Points, Part 5
This fifth and final installment will discuss Social Security provisions relating to public employees along with the taxation of Social Security benefits.