UBS Makes Case for Borrowing as an Investment Strategy
If 2%-plus yields on 10-year Treasuries don't excite you, then logic dictates you should take the other side of the trade — by borrowing cheaply.
Preparing Clients for Fed Interest Rate Hike
A Fed rate increase will have a broad impact, from bonds and mortgage rates to savings and car loans. Here's what advisors are telling clients.
How to Discuss the College Cost-Benefit Calculus
How to help your clients put a college education and its enormous cost in perspective of their overall financial situation.
CFPB Rolls Out Financial Aid Shopping Sheet as Student Debt Tops $1 Trillion
As outstanding student loan debt has surpassed the debt consumers hold in credit cards and car loans, the CFPB has just completed a form colleges can use to break down costs and payment options.
Doomsayers Wrong on Last Year’s Debt Downgrade
Warnings last August of an unprecedented financial crisis accompanied by fire and brimstone appear to have been wrong.