Fiduciary September 2015: A Historic Time for Fiduciary Advice
Reclaim your Advisers Act heritage, urges the Institute for The Fiduciary Standard, and tell your story to investors in the public square.
Cigars, Etc.: Cuban Development on Cuban Terms
Although it is going to take some more time before the U.S. trade and investment embargo is fully lifted, Cuba presents an incredible investment opportunity.
6 Energy Myths Debunked
Michael A. Levi of the Council on Foreign Relations addressed some common misconceptions about the recent turmoil in the energy markets.
Hong Kong-Shanghai ‘Through Train’ Opens Up Investment, Arbitrage Options
Here's a move that marks yet another important step in China’s goal of greater participation in the global financial markets.
China Antitrust Enforcement Harms Multinationals
International companies in industries as varied as pharmaceuticals, cement, milk and cars have been swept up in recent Chinese antitrust enforcement actions.
China's Growth Slowdown Is Not Temporary
Beijing's economic planners are in a bind, and the Party's latest attempt at reform will only stifle consumption and investment at least for the next two quarters. The long term outlook is no better.
Top 10 Movies for Great Financial Advice
"Great," that is, if you believe crooked lawyers, con men and serial killers.
Research Roundtable: Gundlach, Rodriguez, Others
Our expert panel — John Buckingham, Kenneth L. Fisher, Jeffrey Gundlach, Robert Rodriguez — sees turbulence and opportunity in the year ahead, as history makes clear that presidential election years are usually favorable for the securities markets.
Pitfalls of Serving as Trustee for Client’s Life Insurance Trust
Trusts offer tremendous advantages over a bare life insurance policy, but how far should you go to assist your clients with their life insurance trusts?
GDP Growth in Q2 Is Feeble 1.3%
The economy grew 1.3% in the second quarter, according to Commerce Department figures released Friday. The pace was below private-sector expectations of 1.8% growth. Compounding the disappointing numbers, first quarter GDP growth was revised sharply from 1.9% to 0.4%.