8 Super Super Bowl Numbers
From $600 million to the lowly zero, some intriguing numbers behind the Super Bowl frenzy.
NFC or AFC: Can the Super Bowl Predict the Stock Market?
“It works more often than it doesn’t,” says Robert H. Stovall. Other market experts, including his son Sam Stovall, of S&P, are skeptical.
NFL Players’ 6 Biggest Estate Planning Mistakes
They may be living out their childhood dreams, but professional football players can find themselves in a financial nightmare if they're not careful.
9 Nasty Enforcement Cases of 2013
Nobody was safe from advisors gone bad: not widows, not NFL stars, not even Marines.
Stop Bullies From Trashing Your Firm
Bullying in the workplace takes many forms. It undermines an organization’s culture, inhibits productivity and causes costly employee turnover.
Are Brokers Greedy Scumbags?
Despite bad press and widespread bias, FINRA statistics tell a much different story about the behavior of most financial advisors, recruiter Jon Henschen says.
SEC, FINRA Enforcement: Advisor to NFL, NBA Players Barred Amid Fraud Case
FINRA banned a former advisor to athletes, like Brandon Knight of the Detroit Pistons, after he skipped a hearing in an $18 million fraud case.
At Kickoff of Schwab Impact, Optimism Over the Government. Really.
Potomac Research Group’s Greg Valliere expects no repeat of the government shutdown fiasco, and lists three reasons why he’s optimistic about the government.
7 Best & Worst Retirement Plans in Pro Sports
Not all pro athletes are good enough to be financially secure through the earnings of their playing contracts alone.
NFL, Concussions and Brokers: The Dangers of Denial
Exploring the parallels between the brokerage world and the NFL's denials on the dangers of concussions.