Advisors at a Crossroads
We’re at a crossroads; we’re sitting on the precipice of disaster.
Are Small Companies the Market’s Achilles Heel?
The demand for safer stocks may be yet another warning sign of turbulence ahead, Ron DeLegge writes.
SEC Enforcement: Napkin-Eating Broker Settles; Ponzi Funds Used for Porn
Also, a hedge fund manager admits to providing bad data, which affected recording of 552 million shares.
Disgruntled Investors Are a Big Crowdfunding Risk
When the SEC adopted Regulation A+ in March, the new rules exposed companies that raise capital through crowdfunding to new risks.
5 Ways Social Media Can Keep You in Front of Prospects, Clients
Social media can help your firm attract and retain customers as well as create a buzz about your products and services.
What Makes an Advisor Blog Great?
Blogging can give a powerful boost to a financial advisor's career—if done right.
How Advisors Should Explore the Social Media Universe
Luddites loathe it; old-school types dismiss it. George Clooney scorns it. Nonetheless, the digital parallel world opens a new frontier of financial marketing and communication.
Josh Brown: Tapping Social Media’s ‘Stratospheric’ Potential
The Reformed Broker blogger and Ritholtz Wealth Management CEO has a few tips to be "devastatingly effective" on social media.
SEC Enforcement: Fantasy Sports-Style Investing Site Gets a Little Too Real
Meanwhile, Massachusetts-based Interinvest Corp. and its owner funneled more than $17 million in client assets into four troubled Canadian penny stock companies, the SEC says.
The 14 Wealthiest People in the World
The richest get richer, and, for the most part, older men (surprise, surprise) dominate our list.