Hedge Fund Manager Points to Gold as Hedge Against Rising Political Risk
Ray Dalio recommends having 5-10% of assets in gold; current risks are “especially challenging to price in.”
Greenspan: No Bubble in Stocks, but Look Out When Bonds Pop
Equity bears hunting for excess in the stock market might be better off worrying about bond prices, Alan Greenspan says.
3 Trends Advisors Need to Watch
Author and former presidential advisor Pippa Malmgren lays out what's happening in the global economy at Raymond James' national event.
Gundlach: Fed to Raise Rates ‘Until Something Breaks’
The DoubleLine CEO is bullish on some emerging-market debt and Asia equities; bearish on Europe.
Young Americans Piled Into Some Horrendous ETF Trades Right After the Election
Millennials turned to exchange-traded funds that employed leverage after Trump's win, and that move turned out to hurt them.
The Right Perspective on Low Returns
With all the talk of low returns, it's time to check in with clients on their real challenges and their best responses.
Canadians' top financial priority: cutting debt
According to Statistics Canada, the debt-to-disposable income ratio in Canada was 165.3 percent for the first three months of 2016.
Dave Ramsey: Negligent, incompetent or simply naive?
The nationally-syndicated radio show host got it wrong regarding one recent caller’s mortgage question.
Millennials are pretty cocky about their investing skills
One of the great things about young people is their optimism and confidence. Sometimes, though, that can get them into trouble, especially when it comes to their finances.
Give your graduate cash — a lifetime of it
Giving cash to graduates is more popular than ever. Here are some ideas from financial planners about making the most of that generosity.