Best Finance Tweets of the Month: September 2015
The rate hike that wasn't, what bankers sing when drunk, and what America really runs on.
Fed’s Dudley: Don’t Panic (Yet) About Market Liquidity
Some commentators argue that overregulation is stoking a liquidity crisis, but the New York Fed president is skeptical — for now.
A Strategy for the Markets' Malaise: Searching for Alpha for October 2015
The markets are terrible, I know. But there are signs that the current maelstrom won’t last forever.
The ETF Generation Gap
"Millennials are doubling down on ETFs," says Schwab’s Heather Fischer.
The Low-Growth World Ahead: Vanguard’s Chief Economist
Slow global growth will be “the defining trend of our lifetime,” says Joe Davis, Vanguard’s chief economist.
FINRA, SEC Wallop UBS Puerto Rico With $33.5M in Penalties Over Closed-End Funds
Company failed to ensure suitability for clients of Puerto Rican CEFs that were highly invested in Puerto Rican municipal bonds; branch manager and rep charged.
10 States With Most Unfair Taxes
Residents in these states may be paying much more — or a lot less — than their fair share.
Morningstar to Tackle Hottest ETF Topics at Conference
Among the topics where Morningstar wants to "rethink conventional wisdom" are active share, strategic beta, 401(k) mistakes and hedging currency exposure.
Boehner’s Exit Means No Government Shutdown (for Now): Analysts
Political watchers say the departing House speaker will negotiate a short-term funding bill. But when it expires on Dec. 11, the battle will begin again.
Puerto Rico Loophole Utilized by UBS Targeted by House Lawmaker
Congressman plans to introduced bill to eliminate the island's exemption from the Investment Company Act of 1940.