Five to Honor: Investing Pioneers—The 2015 IA 35 for 35
While advisors are intellectually curious about all manners of topics, it’s investing that really gets them going.
The 2015 IA 35 for 35
These advisor advocates, investors, politicians and thought leaders have stood out over the past 35 years and will influence financial services for decades to come.
Why the IA 35?
While I’m not a fervent believer in the “Great Man” theory of history, I do believe that individuals make a big difference in the history of the world, of nations and of families.
The Real Point of Active Investing
The goal of active investing has nothing to do with outperforming the market, Marshall Jaffe writes.
Bill Gross Blasts ‘Hostile’ Investing Climate, Says ‘New Neutral’ Rate Now Zero
The Janus manager argues that the investing environment is so inhospitable that he is reduced to trading more than owning bonds to deliver shareholder return.
The Robo-Advisor Battle Gets Personal
The public trash-talking among Schwab, Betterment and Wealthfront is entertaining, but I think our industry would be better served by a return to civil debate.
4 Investing Strategies Bogle Gets Wrong: Ritholtz
Vanguard founder John Bogle is an investing legend, Barry Ritholtz writes, but some of his investment philosophies need updating.
Side-Stepping SEC and DOL, 11 Fiduciary Best Practices for Advisors Are Proposed
Institute for the Fiduciary Standard's Knut Rostad says these practices can be used by advisors to counteract D.C. gridlock on fiduciary and “investor misperceptions.”
Tony Robbins Slams Critics, Says He’s Not a Financial Advisor
Supercoach Tony Robbins, who invites seminar attendees to walk over hot coals, is now raking RIAs over the coals for taking “pot shots” at him.
Senate Committee Warming Up to Multiple Employer Retirement Plans for Small and Midsized Employers
In a move that many industry watchers said is long overdue, Congress is turning its attention to a number of issues related to retirement preparedness