Jeff Gundlach Offers $1.7 Million for Return of Stolen Art
In a dramatic and at times chaotic press conference in downtown Los Angeles on Monday, star fund manager Jeff Gundlach increased the reward offered for the return of his stolen property from $200,000 to $1.7 million.
For Wealthy, Cars Can Bring the Fun Back to Investing
Many high-net-worth clients are investing in a range of collectibles during this low-yield era, including collectible cars. A look at some of the prices paid, plus photos of some of those cars.
German President Resigns Amid Scandal
Christian Wulff, president of Germany, abruptly quit his post in the midst of an escalating financial scandal, complicating the job of Chancellor Angela Merkel in negotiations over the eurozone debt crisis. Wulff may face charges of corruption as investigators seek to eliminate the immunity conferred by his office to probe...
The Mille Miglia
Italy's famed 1,000-mile long vintage racecar rally has its roots in the Brescia Automobile Club, which launched the first race in 1927.
Will Emerging Markets Lead?
The first quarter of 2009 is in the history books. Key areas of market strength have already begun to manifest themselves. Are your clients' portfolios...
The Green Thing
Green has always been the favorite color of financial advisors. Back in the early 1800s, when I was studying for my Series 7 exam, visions...
Malcolm A. Makin
Founder, Professional Planning Group Raymond James Financial Services Career Began: 1974 Home Base: Westerly, R.I. Civic Affiliations: Ocean Community YMCA, Westerly Hospital, American Seniors Golf Association ----- At the start of...
Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous
Love him or hate him, Tom Gau is making a mint as
The "eh?" Team
This Canadian company's first attempt to add U.S.