The Biggest Lie of the New Century
The claim that bank executives did nothing illegal during the financial crisis is simply implausible if not laughable, Barry Ritholtz writes.
Top Portfolio Products: Incapital Launches Farmer Mac Notes Program
Meanwhile, a new partnership between PwC and Salesforce.com allows wealth managers to use the cloud for numerous functions.
Top 10 Global Cities Creating U.S. Jobs
A recent Brookings report determined the top 10 global city-regions making direct investments, and employing workers, in the United States.
5 Market Investing Tips for Rest of 2014
The strongest performing groups in the equity sector so far in 2014 could be promising in the coming months.
Why Wall St.’s Bullish Stock Stance Is Wrong
Whether your assumption is insidious inflation or dangerous deflation, portfolio manager Ron Surz says, you should expect stock prices to be headed downward.
Gold’s 2013 Retreat Likely to Continue in New Year
Fed tapering and drop in demand from huge Indian market portend lower prices, though demand from China has been strong.
New Hire Roundup: Dana McLaughlin Joins Beirne Wealth Consulting
This week in new hires, CLA Wealth Advisors added George Hostal, and Hartford Funds brought in Shaun McDonald and Dylan White.
Morgan Stanley Adds 9 Reps From Rivals
The new advisors bring about $10 million in yearly fees and commission, as well as more than $1.8 billion in total client assets.
China’s Economy Shows Signs of Stabilization, Still Offers Opportunities
The slowdown in China’s formerly roaring economy has alarmed many who worry that a drop in its massive consumption and production will take the rest of the world down with it.
Janet Tavakoli: SEC Needs to Wake Up, Make Bad Money Managers Pay Up
Wall Street scourge Janet Tavakoli usually reserves her fire for big cheating firms, but she turned her ire on the SEC regarding its criminal indictment of SAC Capital on insider trading charges.