New Iranian President Leaves Investors Cautiously Optimistic
BP has classified Iran's natural gas reserves as the biggest in the world — a fact that undoubtedly is of great interest to energy companies. But that gas is useless to them as long as sanctions are in place.
Consistently the Best: The 2013 SMA Managers of the Year
Change is the only constant in our increasingly hyperconnected and volatile world, which makes the superior outperformance of our 2013 SMA Managers of the Year all the more impressive.
Top 10 Most Disliked U.S. Companies: 2013
AdvisorOne focuses on the bottom 10 in a Harris poll ranking consumers’ opinion of the reputation of America’s 60 most visible companies.
2013 SMA Managers of the Year Revealed at Envestnet Conference
The 2013 SMA Managers of the Year were announced at Envestnet’s 2013 Advisor Summit Wednesday afternoon in Chicago.
2013 SMA Managers of the Year Nominees: U.S. Large-Cap Equity
The nominees in this crowded space—BRC, Robeco, TCW and Wedgewood Partners—offer SMA products featuring solid, repeatable strategies backed by four solid firms.
7 All-Star Tax Experts: 7 Crisis-Tested Strategies
Strategies that were in place long in advance of the election, the fiscal cliff and the sequester are ticking along despite market booms and busts and worries over what might happen tomorrow.
Southern Charm in the Small-Cap Space
Don’t let the easygoing, good ol’ boy charm fool you. Raise the topic of investment management, particularly in small caps, and Mark Travis' “aw-shucks” attitude quickly fades.
Top 30 401(k) Plans of 2012
Brightscope, which provides retirement plan ratings and investment research, released its fourth annual Top 30 401(k) plans with more than $1 billion in assets.
SEC Enforcement Roundup: BP to Pay Third Largest Penalty in SEC History
As part of the $4.5 billion settlement with the U.S., BP admitted to misleading investors about the rate of the oil flow in the Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010.
BP to Pay $4.5 Billion in Gulf Spill; SEC Levies Huge Penalty
British oil company BP agreed Thursday to pay $4.5 billion to the U.S. in fines and other charges, including $525 million to the SEC–the third largest penalty ever assessed by the SEC–over the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.