Leveraged ETFs: What Brokers Don’t Know Could Cost Them
FINRA has ordered Stifel Nicolaus and Century Securities to pay more than $1 million combined for improper sales of leveraged and inverse ETFs.
Is the Market Too Hot to Handle?
History shows that the stock market doesn’t necessarily need to be grossly overvalued before it can suffer a severe correction.
Why Buyers Should Be Wary of Bitcoin Mania
There's a lot more to investing in the so-called "virtual currency" than potential investors may know about.
4 Ways Fidelity Can Capture the ETF Market
Frankly, the only way to beat today’s hypercompetitive ETF landscape is with a hyper-radical solution.
Recent Gold Price Movements ‘Counterintuitive’
The recent antics in Washington should've been good for business, yet gold slipped amid the chaos and has rallied since a debt deal was announced.
Evensky, Friedman, Mellan at Think Retirement Income Conference
A retirement planning conference kicks off Thursday with, we humbly submit, a difference: a program guided by top advisors who share their retirement planning secrets and challenges.
Obama Refuses to Negotiate ‘Under the Threat of Economic Catastrophe’
Some independent analysts say that the real debt limit deadline is Nov. 1, when the Treasury is scheduled to make nearly $60 billion in payments.
The Role of ETFs in Retirement Income
ETF expert Ron DeLegge has a few favorite strategies, and one he absolutely does not like.
The Retirement Time Bomb No One’s Talking About ... Yet
Pension consultant Ron Surz warns that masses of retirement portfolios are due to blow up, just like they did in 2008, because of inappropriate risk levels in target-date funds.
Arnott’s Value Firm Grabs Momentum ‘Hot Potato’ in Paper
The risk of a portfolio blowup is high, says Research Affiliates, but momentum investing could improve returns as a short-term add-on.