Napa Earthquake Could Cost $4 Billion as Wineries Close
Insurers will probably cover about $2.1 billion of the damage from the quake, the strongest Northern California has seen in 25 years.
The Shriveling of America's Tax Base
The low-tax route to global economic crisis.
Playing the Long Investment Game
In geology, vast time horizons unveil big changes, and in investing, offer powerful leverage.
Seeing the Glamorous Side of Finance
Virginia Postrel reflects on financial advice and visual persuasion.
SEC User Fees the Answer to Exam Budget Crunch: Investor Advocate
SEC investor advocate Rick Fleming called on Congress to pass a user fees bill, saying investors faced “substantial risk” from unexamined advisors.
DC Update on SEC User Fees, an SRO and Third-Party Exams
It will be difficult to enact any legislation in this Congress, but I predict that the RIA user fee bill will gain co-sponsors, including Republicans.
Wells Fargo, Raymond James Recruit Teams; LPL Adds 13 Reps
Plus, HighTower and NFP add separate retirement plan groups to their operations as partners.
Kickstarter: The Rosie the Riveter of Investing?
Two recent studies report women have higher rates of success than men in funding their projects through crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo.
New Hire Roundup: American College Names Johnson President and CEO
In another personnel move, Advisor Software has hired Charles Brown as vice president of business strategy.
How Rare Coins Bring Tax Benefits
Investors may be eligible for sales tax exemptions, like-kind exchanges and other advantages, one expert says.