The New Cold War and Who Won't Win It
Russia faces a growing strategic and economic dilemma.
SEC Enforcement: Traders Used Wives’ Information to Make Insider Trades
Also in enforcement, Transamerica Financial Advisors was fined by the SEC for improperly calculating advisory fees and overcharging clients.
Why Azerbaijan’s Debut Eurobond Succeeded
Azerbaijan’s recent 1.25 billion euro, 10-year Eurobond did remarkably well — and not just because the largest nation in the Caucusus region has oil.
State Pensions Seek Higher Returns Through Alts
Ramped-up use of alternative investments has paid off for states, but sometimes it comes back to bite them.
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.
Overseas Investing Always a Part of Goodrich’s Strategy
John Goodrich’s 25 years spent in Guam give him a competitive advantage in international investing for his clients. He chooses by country, region and sector.
Can Hedge Funds Save Troubled Pension Funds?
A new vision of hedge funds is emerging in which they could have a much bigger role to play in portfolio management.
Top 10 Threats Facing Investors, Small Businesses
NASAA warns that investors and small businesses should be on high alert in light of new rules under the JOBS Act.
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.
Will New Norway Government Help Prosperity?
There’s an old adage that says, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Norway seems to disagree.