What’s Next for GDP? Prudential Panelists Agree on Growth, Sort of
Ed Keon is quite bullish, while Quincy Krosby et al. take a more reserved, though optimistic, view on where economy and markets are headed.
Pru’s 2013 Predictions: Brighter Economy, but More Washington Brinksmanship
Prudential brain trust sees economic progress in 2013, despite 2012 “dichotomy” and uncertainty; Krosby reiterates it’s riskier to be out of the market than in it.
Retirement Planning: Top Trends in Retirement
Here's what's on the retirement planning horizon for 2010: a focus on longevity risk and new retirement savings vehicles--namely the auto IRA and DB(k)--for workers....
Out of the Frying Pan, Into...?
While most investors and their advisors are happy to say good riddance to 2008, the collective wisdom among economists and investing executives like Edward Campbell,...