Wealth Management Whac-A-Mole
Financial advisors just won’t stay down.
After Boston Bombing, Understanding Chechnya’s Bloody History
With Russia and the United States facing the same threat, is there suddenly a community of interests that will bring the two countries together?
Reinhart and Rogoff Fight Back
Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff, in response to a trio of researchers assailing their work, vigorously defended their seminal 2010 study.
Estate Planning in the Age of Obama
With some common estate planning tools in the administration's budget crosshairs, how to fine tune your clients’ strategies.
NASAA’s Advocacy Agenda: Advisor Regulation, Fiduciary Duty, Arbitration
Our agenda calls for Congress to ensure all investors are protected when receiving individualized investment advice. This revolves around two key issues.
Full Speed Ahead for Midstream MLPs
The role of natural gas as an energy source continues to expand as the United States moves toward energy independence.
Polarization has become a pervasive and much-noted feature of American politics.
Emboldened Borzi Is Back
Bolstered by another four years in her position under a re-elected Obama administration, Phyllis Borzi is adamant that EBSA’s fiduciary rule will see the light of day this year.
Obama: GOP Holds Nation Hostage on Debt Ceiling
President Obama dispelled any doubt Monday as to whether the fiscal fight over government spending is going to be bare-knuckled.
Four More Years? Fiduciary Proponents Need to Regroup
To prevent four more years of fiduciary gridlock in Washington, proponents of the fiduciary standard for all need to regroup. Proposed: four steps to change the discussion.