Top 15 Best Foreign Countries for Retirement: 2014
Picking a country to retire to could be key to a financially comfortable retirement. International Living offers help with its yearly list.
Euro Improves Latvia’s Prospects but Highlights Geopolitical Tension
Investors to date have found it difficult to gain access to Latvia, but the adoption of the euro is encouraging.
Your Clients Will Pay for World’s Debt, Advisor Warns
Advisor Romain Hatchuel says higher taxes, especially on the wealthy, are imminent as Western nations deal with heavy debt loads.
Undervalued Europe Offers Great Investment Picks for 2014
Europe presents many untapped opportunities in 2014 for fund managers who specialize in this region.
Soros Makes Predictions for World’s Top Economies
George Soros is heartened by current efforts to revive growth in the world’s major economies, the hapless eurozone being the one exception.
Advisors for the Financial Side of Divorce
Divorce-related financial advice is a growing niche, diverse in practices and philosophies.
Independent Scotland Would Seek to Keep Pound; London Says No
A vote for independence from the U.K. in Scotland scheduled for September could pave the way for a new currency.
Much of 2013’s Important News Arose From What Didn’t Happen
One of the big things that failed to happen this year was a fiduciary standard imposed on brokers by either the SEC or the DOL.
Wounded Celtic Tiger Is Slowly Recovering
It remains to be seen how successful Ireland will be, with the eurozone's economy still floundering, Germany's slowing, and problems continuing within its own borders.
Ukraine's Trade Deal About-Face From EU to Russia Fraught With Risk
Failure of President Yanukovich to sign with Europe threatens progress, economy and government.