What We Can and Can’t Predict About Stock Returns
Nobel laureates Fama’s and Shiller’s asset-pricing models are nearly opposite, yet they both got one big thing wrong, Research Affiliates CIO Hsu says.
Evensky & Katz Win Award at Schwab Impact
Evensky & Katz Wealth Management has won an award — yet again — as Schwab hands out IMPACT awards.
New Hire Roundup: Vanguard Names Davis Head of Fixed Income
In other personnel news, the Brownstone Investment Group hired Matthew Martines, and the Alliance for Investor Education elected new officers.
SIFMA and Main Street Take Center Stage: Chet Helck's Legacy?
The Raymond James executive and SIFMA chairman's initiative on restoring investor trust couldn't be more important for Wall Street as well as investors.
What Advisors Need to Know About the New Reverse Mortgage Rules
Get ready to field more questions about the pros and cons of reverse mortgages — and how to use them as an estate planning tool.
Rulebreaking Runs Rampant on Wall Street, Survey Finds
A quarter of financial services professionals would engage in insider trading to make $10 million if they could get away with it, and nearly 40% of younger Wall Streeters would do so, a new survey reveals.
Milevsky Warns: Beware of Annuity Ignorance
Today’s sensationalized characterization of annuities as products of unremitting evil or of unsurpassed virtue completely misses some essential points of wisdom advisors need to know about properly using them, Moshe Milevsky says.
The CFP Board’s CE Proposal: What’s Driving This Flawed Idea?
In the final post in a series, an exploration of what may be behind the CFP Board’s proposal to offer continuing education. Is it looking to compete with other planning associations?
Bloomberg Jumps on ‘Twitter A-List’ After SEC’s Social Media Decision
Now that the SEC has green-lighted public companies’ disclosure of corporate information on social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook, the Web is jumping all over the news.
Debating Hedge Fund Myths: ‘The Most Expensive Bargain in Town?’
One of the most common complaints about hedge funds and alternative investments is that their fees are too high, but understand what you're buying before casting stones.