High Risk, High Returns? Not Quite
There's just one problem with the theory that risk and return are correlated: It doesn't seem to fit the data.
Social Security May Extend Spousal Benefits to Gay Couples
Attorneys in federal suits seeking benefits say the SSA will provide retroactive benefits to the spouses, widows or widowers of same-sex partners.
10 Most Expensive States for Retirement Health Care
HealthView Services’ advisor- and physician-reviewed methodology projects retirement health care costs based on data from 50 million health care cases.
New Hire Roundup: Franklin Templeton Adds Macey to Retirement Solutions Team
Meanwhile, UBS welcomes a team of advisors from Morgan Stanley Wealth Management.
SEC, FINRA Enforcement: 2 Busted for Selling Fake ‘Charitable Gift’ Annuities
Meanwhile, the SEC busted a $114 million Ponzi scheme involving driver safety technology.
12 Best Housing Markets in the U.S.
Digging deep into real estate data, WalletHub ranks the cities with the healthiest markets.
Firms Must Report CEO-to-Worker Pay Ratio Under New SEC Rule
The “controversial, contentious” rule garnered a whopping 287,400 comment letters, SEC Chairwoman White said.
Dodd and Frank on Dodd-Frank
“We did very difficult, politically hard things” in the Dodd-Frank Act, former Massachusetts congressman Barney Frank said. “My head hurt.”
A Few Surprising Things About Bernanke You Don’t Know
At LPL’s recent conference, the former Fed chairman revealed some things that may surprise you.
Why Do Wealthy Parents Have Wealthy Kids?
An NBER study discovers that wealthy parents have wealthy children, even when those kids are adopted.