Concidence? Big ETF News Accompanies Big ETF Conference
The week has brought launches of ETPs on the Singapore dollar, BDCs and infrastructure, along with Schwab’s commission-free platform.
12 Days of Outlooks: What Advisors Need to Know About 2013
AdvisorOne’s editorial dozen of 2013 Outlook stories surveys economy, markets, retirement, practice management and tech future for advisors and their clients.
Limits of Advice: Why the Brokerage Model Still Has Financial Advantages
When it comes to the issue of raising revenues by adding clients, brokers have it all over full-service fiduciary advisors.
Why Cost Disclosure Might Actually Work for Clients and Advisors
Knut Rostad may well have hit upon one of the few instances when full disclosure could prove to be a tremendous benefit to clients.
The Bonus Debate
Much as I believe that investors everywhere would benefit from a level playing field between RIAs and brokers, the disclosure of recruiting bonuses would be over the top.
Vast Majority of Advisors Will Increase ETF Use in 2013: Guggenheim
Guggenheim Investments' Tony Davidow believes there's a good argument to favor actively managed fixed-income ETFs over actively managed equity ETFs.
The Joy of Wakefulness
Waking up in 2012 from the nightmare of the past years’ financial crisis is a bewildering experience. Like Egypt’s Pharaoh in the Book of Genesis, did seven emaciated cows really eat seven fat cows? Do we still have two and a half lean years to go? Sitting up in our...
The Lessons of Starvation Economics
The U.S. economy was worse off before now, worse even than in the Great Depression. In 1620, when our Pilgrim Forefathers arrived in Plymouth, Massachusetts, per capita GDP was nearly zero. Of Plymouth Plantation, William Bradford’s journal of those early years, records the economic scarcity prevailing at the time:
Remembering 9/11: Ten Years After
AdvisorOne commemorates the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, with new and archived content from our print and online publications through the years.
Does the Journey End Here?
Today our economic woes grow more dismal by the day as if the ratings bomb dropped by S&P had more impact than al-Qaeda’s suicide planes. Why should a financial crisis be able to do to us what devastatingly effective terrorists could not?