Fed Minutes Ease Concern on Rate Rise, Lifting Stocks
Several Fed policy makers said a rise in their median projection for the main interest rate exaggerated the likely speed of tightening.
LinkedIn Courts Advisors as Social Media Use Grows
LinkedIn super user Cathy Curtis of Curtis Financial Planning says she uses social media to market her personal brand.
New Frontier for the Yield-Hungry: Student Loans
Skyrocketing college tuition costs and nose-diving yields—combine the two and you may have something.
How Do the New Wealthy Communicate? Digitally, Futurewealth Report Says
The up-and-coming wealthy are adopting new technologies, and they expect their advisors to follow suit, according to a study by SEI, Scorpio Partnership and Standard Chartered Private Bank.
Top 10 Tech Trends for Advisors and Their Partners: The Roundup
The 10 top short- and long-term tech trends that will affect you and your partners. Forewarned is forearmed.
Stock Picking Goes Social as Stockr, aSpark Debut
Compliance issues be damned: tech entrepreneurs are moving full speed ahead into the finance space with social networking and mobile apps.
Top 10 Technology Trends for Advisors and Their Partners: Pt. 9, Social Media
Advisors can, and are, using social media for serious business purposes. Here’s how to take advantage of the benefits of social media, and how to avoid its dangers.
Social Media Is Hottest Compliance Topic for RIAs: Survey
Social media use among RIAs has shot up over the past year, with 80% of RIAs stating they have adopted formal written policies on social networking, according to the Investment Management Compliance Testing Survey.
Puzzling Over Dodd-Frank, Profiting From Social Networks: July Research—Slideshow
In Research magazine's July cover story, Manhattan Institute scholar Nicole Gelinas ennumerates ongoing uncertainties about the landmark legislation's scope and significance. Also in the issue, Ellen Uzelac looks at social media's potential.
Senators Introduce Ex-Patriot Act to Tax Those Who Move Abroad
Two senators push Act, which was prompted by Facebook investor's renunciation of U.S. citizenship, possibly to dodge $67 million in taxes before IPO.