S&P to 3000? Morgan Stanley Experts Make the Case
How high can the S&P 500 go? Many factors bode well for continued economic growth, equity experts argue.
What Could Keep S&P Above 2,000?
Investment experts like Jeremy Grantham point to the factors driving stocks higher — at least for now.
GOP Jumps on Minimum Wage Job-Loss Report
The CBO report said boosting the minimum wage may cost as many as 500,000 people their jobs.
Attracting and Serving the HNW Client in Retirement
A top-advisor roundtable at Think Retirement Income conference talks education, managing expectations and "taking a horizontal approach."
Just How Puzzling Are Annuities?
A bombshell critical paper on annuities has strengths and weaknesses.
Client Views: Fear and Loathing in the Reception Room
If it’s true that you never get a second chance to make a first impression, advisors should give at least as much thought to their receptionist and the reception area as to retirement income or portfolio rebalancing.
‘On the Money’ Radio Host Steven Pomeranz Joins United Capital
United Capital’s media expertise is set to grow along with its assets under advisement with the addition of the radio host whose show appears on NPR.
Top 5 Business Women Who Tweet About Wall Street
AdvisorOne lists the top 5 business women who tweet based on number of followers, frequency of tweets, quality of posts, professional credentials and what our gut tells us.
Happy? Afraid? Generous? United Capital’s Money Mind Analyzer Figures You Out
United Capital may not officially be in the marriage guidance business, but considering the private wealth firm’s latest venture, it has a nice sideline in couples counseling.
House Rejection of Senate Bill Leaves Payroll Tax Cut Uncertain
The House rejected, 229-193, on Tuesday the Senate bill to extend the payroll tax cut for two months as well as unemployment benefits. If Congress can’t break the logjam, 160 million Americans will pay higher taxes next year.