Olympic Marketing: It All Started in 1896
Without the help of a wealthy philanthropist, the modern Olympics would likely have been moved before the first event was even held.
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Buffett Cancer Diagnosis Has Analysts, Investors Scrambling
The topic most raised was that of Buffett’s successor.
Dividends and Stock Price Make Winning Combination: Envestnet Webinar
“Finding Yield Through Equities,” an Envestnet Market Morning webinar held Thursday, offered a look at some strategies from Carol Lippman and Mariana Bernunzo Connolly.
Discipline, Balance and an Increasing Dividend: Keys to a Retail REIT’s Success
Discipline and balance: These are the key principles behind the strategy at Federal Realty Investment Trust, a REIT that specializes in high-quality retail properties.
Top 8 Favorite U.S. Companies: 2012
Harris Interactive announced the results of its 13th annual Reputation Quotient study, which ranked consumers’ opinion of the reputation of the most visible companies in the United States.
Buffett Backs Fink on Controversial Allocation Advice
Calling bonds “among the most dangerous of assets,” Buffett's sentiment adds credence to BlackRock Chairman Larry Fink’s controversial advice from Wednesday that investors should allocate 100% of their assets to equities.
A Warren Buffett ETF?
We know that financial product developers have thought about introducing a “Warren Buffett ETF,” not because the investing public really needs it, but because there’s no shortage of dubious ideas. Interestingly, though, financial marketers might not have to invent a Buffett ETF because one already exists.
Top Portfolio Products: Global X Adds Greece ETF; Vanguard Cuts Purchase Fee
New products introduced over the last week include a new Greece-centric ETF from Global X, a purchase fee cut on a Vanguard fund, and two new ETNs from Deutsche Bank and Invesco.
Back in 1976, while other teenagers had started obsessing over the newest style of music, punk rock, 16-year-old Louis M. Ricciardi was grooming himself to be a financial advisor. Hipping classmates to the Rule of 72, he was touting the benefits of investing at a young age.