10 U.S. Companies With Lowest International Tax Rates
WalletHub recently released an analysis of taxes paid by the 100 largest firms and found S&P 100 companies pay about 22% less abroad.
How to Measure Good, Bad Stock Pickers
ETFs that track industry sectors can be an investor's best friend.
Investors Flee Bubbly Valuations, Seek Value: TrimTabs
TrimTabs CEO David Santschi says investors have made a massive shift from growth to value stocks this spring, creating opportunity for traders sifting through carnage.
Hussman: Sell Your Stocks Now!
John Hussman warns that stock valuations are past their 2000 peak and that investors who don't sell now will ask, “What was I thinking?”
Olsen Finds True Diversification in International Investing
Christopher Olsen follows the rules with international investing, even if it looks a bit scary.
Talking to Business Owners About Managing Their Wealth
How can advisors make their case to entrepreneurs with their wealth tied up in their business? Asset manager Francois Sicart bridges gap with open letter.
Lowering the Boom: How to Bring In Gen X and Gen Y Clients
We hear a lot these days about what advisors have to do to attract Gen X and Gen Y clients, and for good reason.
8 Overlooked Tips to Bond With, and Retain, Clients
Experts at the 2013 Raymond James Women’s Symposium highlight some easy steps to take that can boost your advisory business.
Top 20 Most Valuable Brands in the World: 2013
Interbrand, a brand consultancy firm, released its list of the top 100 global brands.
Microsoft Up 6% Today, but as for Tomorrow …
As CEO Steve Ballmer makes his exit, it’s worth noting that Microsoft stock has outperformed the Dow, and market darlings like Google, recently.