Congress and Spending and Jobs—Advisor Briefing for the Week of May 2, 2011
Moving markets this week: budget and deficit talks and the jobs report. Attracting advisors this week: RJ annual conference and FPA retreat.
SEC Charges Wyly Brothers With $550 Million Fraud
Sam and Charles Wyly, Dallas billionaire investors known for their support of conservative candidates, made $550 million in undisclosed profits through 13 years of insider trading, according to a SEC lawsuit filed Thursday, July 29.
How the Election Will Affect the Markets and Economy
McCain or Obama? Prosperity or recession? Do characterizations by party affiliation still hold water? Not necessarily. We've seen Democratic presidents accumulate impressive budget surpluses, and Republican...
Flurry of Activity
As Congress winds down, stalled bills see action--o
Stock Options Reform Kept Off the Senate Corp-Gove
WASHINGTON (HedgeWorld.com)--Amid the complicated parliamentary maneuvering on the Senate floor Monday, preparatory to the unanimous passage of a bill sponsored by Senator Paul Sarbanes (D-Md.)...