Iran Nuke Deal Could Spur Economic Growth
The agreement, breaching a 30-year impasse, indicates an easing of sanctions that could happen fairly quickly and in a variety of key areas.
Earth, Water, Fire: How to Protect Your Clients' Homes
If coastal homes aren’t getting hit with storms, they’re getting hit with higher insurance rates.
Climate Change Is Today’s Problem
People warn about what climate change will mean for our future, but it is no longer about our future. The impacts are being felt now.
Generating Steady Income
Electric utilities have continued to provide investors with reliable income in an era of low market yields.
Get Ready for a Big Oil Bubble
Global trends push toward a wild petroleum ride.
Pipe Down: How to Play the New Oil Boom Without All the Risk
Many advisors are using an ETN that focuses solely on the beneficiaries of the oil and gas boom, not the boom itself.
India Relaxes Foreign Investment Cap to Woo Growth
While the rupee has been falling and growth has slowed, contributing to a record deficit, India has embarked on a series of measures designed to reverse the negative trend.
Raymond James’ Saut: We’re Smack-Dab in the Middle of a Bull Market
Chief market strategist Jeff Saut tells Raymond James & Associates advisors that energy, onshoring and financials will benefit markets, the economy and even government revenues.
At Midyear, Bob Doll Judges His Top 10 Predictions for 2013
By Bob Doll's own accounting, the Nuveen chief equity strategist got five predictions right and three wrong, and two are still too early to call.
New Iranian President Leaves Investors Cautiously Optimistic
BP has classified Iran's natural gas reserves as the biggest in the world — a fact that undoubtedly is of great interest to energy companies. But that gas is useless to them as long as sanctions are in place.