How the Fed Erased 1% of the Dollar's Value in a Single Day
The strong dollar has curbed the Fed's urgency to tighten.
Helping Take the Tough Questions Out of Retirement
America’s workers have many demands on their paychecks. The list is seemingly endless. Saving for retirement might not be a priority.
Cigars, Etc.: Cuban Development on Cuban Terms
Although it is going to take some more time before the U.S. trade and investment embargo is fully lifted, Cuba presents an incredible investment opportunity.
Emerging Markets Debt a Good Bet, Investors Say
Investors have been keen on emerging market debt because of the higher yields it’s been offering.
Why Cheap Oil Is Here to Stay
Technology has transformed the energy picture, Alexei Bayer writes.
10 Super Bowl TV Ads to Watch For
With 110 million viewers expected to Watch Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday, the best marketers in the world are pulling out all the stops.
DNA Holds the Key to What Financial Consumers Want
As with Americans' ignorance of many other matters, most “investors” don’t know a fiduciary from a Form ADV. And they don’t want to.
How to Invest in the Urbanization Explosion
Some 60 million to 70 million people will be added to the world’s urban population every year over the next three decades, Prudential says.
15 Best College Majors for Business Success
The STEM-heavy list compiled from data from public companies may disappoint liberal arts majors with corporate ambitions.
Preparing Clients for Some Gloomy Possible Futures
Even if you don't believe in these gloom-and-doom scenarios, your clients will want to know how you're protecting them.