PBS ‘Retirement Gamble’ Documentary Draws Mixed Industry Response
NAPFA calls the film a "wake-up call" for legislators; ASPPA says it "conveniently ignores" other issues.
15 Best Investing Quotes of All Time
Whether markets are roaring ahead or stumbling off a cliff, good, solid advice is always needed to restrain the euphoria or soothe the panic attack.
Why Bogle Is Dead Wrong on ETFs
Everyone has heard about love at first sight. But what about hate at first sight? The latter describes John Bogle’s long-lasting hate affair with ETFs.
Bogle to DeLegge on ETFs: ‘It Is You Who Are Dead Wrong’
Sorry, Mr. DeLegge. I’m not “dead wrong” about ETF investing, and let your followers decide whether or not my comments in this note are “irrational.”
Motif Launches Build-Your-Own Platform
Motif Investing launched a build-your-own platform Thursday that allows advisors and other businesses to construct and share their own collection of stocks or ETFs online.
John Bogle: Forget Fiscal Cliff, Worry About ‘Nuclear Proliferation’
Forget fiscal cliffs, the indexing pioneer tells The Breakout on Friday, we’ve got bigger fish to fry—like “war, global pandemic and nuclear proliferation.”
Top RIA’s Top Business Model: Keep Your Hands Off!
Do-it-yourself investors and financial advisors associated with actively managed investments all are missing the boat, according to Mark Hebner, an RIA managing $1.8 billion who says the "passive advisor" is the best business model.
Demographic Nightmare: Boomer Retirement Disaster Looms
"We’re living into our 80s, 90s and 100s," says Wilmington Trust's Kathryn Karlic. "We’ll have four generations around a single pocket of wealth, with 80-year-old women taking care of their 100-year-old parents."
Treasury’s Miller Surfaces as Possible Replacement for SEC’s Schapiro
Rumors are circulating that Treasury Department Under Secretary Mary John Miller, former T. Rowe Price executive, is the top candidate to replace Schapiro.
Bogle: Fiduciary Duty Comes Down to ‘Simple Mathematics’
John Bogle, founder of Vanguard, takes issue with big fund companies’ denial that investors are aware that cost matters.