Enforcement Roundup: Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Slammed Over Mortgage Kickbacks
Meanwhile, the SEC charged a Fort Lauderdale-based advisory fund manager and his firm with running a Ponzi scheme to buy jewelry, cars and a house.
So You Want to Launch Your Own ETF?
With a strong idea, loyal clients or unique niche, today you could rightly say: “When I want to invest in an ETF, I launch one.”
PIMCO Outflows Aside, Bond ETFs Looking to Shine in 2015
Jeff Gundlach’s plan to launch a DoubleLine bond ETF will bring new competition to PIMCO’s Total Return.
Hedge Funds Cut Oil Bets After Worst Drop Since 2008
“People are willing to buy into the market at these price levels,” said Michael Lynch, president of Strategic Energy & Economic Research.
Why Did the CFP Board Hire Camarda Litigator as General Counsel?
The departure from the CFP Board of Michael Shaw and the hiring of Leo Rydzewski as the Board's first general counsel sends some dispiriting messages.
CFP Board Names Camarda Case Lawyer as Its General Counsel
Leo Rydzewski hails from Holland & Knight, the law firm representing the Board in its legal battle against the Camardas.
Case-Shiller: U.S. Home Price Growth Slows in October
Home prices across the U.S. rose in October, but at a slower rate than in September, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices released Tuesday.
Oil Falls to Five-Year Low on Global Supply Glut
West Texas Intermediate dropped 2% in late-December, and Brent crude declined 2.6%
Reverse Mortgages: Your Client’s Last Option, or Best Hope?
Reverse mortgages—they are the last thing that your clients would ever want, and they are the first thing they need as a last resort.
Looking Ahead and Managing Change: 35 Years With Investment Advisor—Slideshow
This year is the 35th anniversary of Investment Advisor.