The Trouble With Investor Optimism
Retirees’ growing confidence has downsides.
Well-Off Women Gain Investing Prowess, Relish Making Money
The vast majority of affluent American women in a new Wells Fargo survey said they “enjoy making and accumulating money.”
Wells Fargo’s Wimbish: Navigating the 30-Year Retirement
Wells Fargo retail retirement director Karen Wimbish on guiding clients not just to retirement, but through it, and the firm's new Income Center.
Investors More Confident but See Stagnation Ahead
Investor confidence has hit a seven-year high but still falls far short of the pre-recession average, Wells Fargo and Gallup found.
Recession Taught Millennials Importance of Saving Now
While millennials are well aware of the importance of saving for retirement, many cannot afford to do so, a Wells Fargo survey found.
Women’s Investment Confidence Lags Their Increasing Affluence
Forty-one percent of affluent women in a Wells Fargo survey said they were "not at all" confident in their investing ability.
What’s the Price of Retiree Confidence? Wells Fargo Has the Answer
Americans are feeling better about their retirement prospects, or at least “mass affluent” Americans are.
New Hire Roundup: Morningstar Adds to Fund Research Team
This week in new hires, Morningstar announced six appointments for its fund analyst research team; James Machuga joined Merk Investments; and Philipp Hildebrand was named vice chairman at BlackRock.