Financial Advisors Too Focused on Finance
Morningstar research suggests that investments — often the be-all and end-all for advisors — take on a humbler profile when clients' portfolios are considered holistically.
Commercial Property Deals Heading for 10-Year High
Commercial property transaction volume in 2016 will exceed 2006 levels, reaching $430 billion, according to a U.S. real estate forecast released Tuesday.
Why the Financial Crisis Can Happen Again: News Analysis
More than four years after the financial crisis began, could it all happen again? Has Wall Street changed its ways? How about Washington?
New Hire Roundup: Christian Named FiNet President
This week in new hires, Kent Christian was named the new president of FiNet; BlackRock named Mark Howard-Johnson head of global real estate securities management; and Ross Hikida became a member of AARM Corp.’s board.
8 Fastest Growing Financial Services Jobs
AdvisorOne sifts through data from the BLS to find eight of the fastest growing jobs in this sector from 2010 to 2020.
Retail REITs See Rising Occupancy, Says Analyst
Some should have higher year-over-year occupancy levels in the first quarter as well as for 2012, according to Robert McMillian of S&P Capital IQ.
Top 5 REITs
Investors rightly wonder how real estate investment trusts continue to outperform. After all, common sense dictates that if the underlying properties in which they invest underperform, shouldn’t REITs as well. Is it a castle made of sand?
Deficit Reduction Committee Gets to Work
Congress’ solution to the debt limit crisis and rising deficits is fully operational, but many are left wondering whether the bipartisan Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction is capable of fulfilling its mandate.