Next-Gen Advisors Get Schooled in Social Media That Sells
Cost of social media is "almost nil compared to a traditional advertising effort for a new financial planner," says Texas Tech student Dustin Parks...
Why Dividend-Paying Stocks Remain Attractive
More, and more diverse, companies paying dividends, high cash levels on corporate balance sheets and a continued search for income among investors all bode well for dividend-paying stocks.
Advisors, Investors Confident About Future: Schwab
RIAs are more confident and optimistic about their businesses for the future, according to Schwab Advisor Services.
New Hire Roundup: Nautilus Group Names Grisham CEO
This week in new hires, Brooke Zrno Grisham was named CEO of the Nautilus Group and George Connolly was elected to the board of trustees of the American College.
Raymond James Execs on IT: ‘Can’t Slow Down’
Top technology execs share latest successes at the independent broker-dealer’s annual conference in Dallas.
The Dow’s Upside: Why the Pessimists May Be Wrong
The Dow has been rising, but the pessimists point to troubling fundamentals. However, many of these economic trends could also be seen as beneficial for the stock market.
Top Posts at Broker-Dealers See Big Changes
LPL, Morgan Stanley and Raymond James all announced big moves recently.
Raymond James Names Campagnoli Chief of IT
The veteran tech expert will now lead tech operations across the financial-services firm.
LPL Shares Results, Plans
LPL Financial said its fourth-quarter earnings declined to $36.9 million, or $0.34 a share, from $39.5 million, or $0.35 a share, a year earlier.
LPL Beats Q4 Estimates, Outlines Outsourcing Plans
LPL Financial said that it was planning to spend $70 million to $75 million through 2014 on outsourcing of back-office and other functions, information technology and related restructuring of its operations.