James Rothenberg of Capital Group Dies at 69 of Heart Attack
He joined the mutual fund family in 1970 and was a portfolio manager of the Growth Fund of America.
For Divorcing Women, Becoming Financially Knowledgeable Is Crucial
More older women are getting divorced, and if they have delegated financial decision making to their spouses, they need to raise their financial knowledge fast.
Does Gay Marriage Ruling End a Financial Planning Niche?
The workarounds that advisors in many states created to provide same-sex couples with legal benefits now must be unwound.
Munis Meet Milken as Hedge Funds Dictate Puerto Rico Terms
Puerto Rico is getting a thorough introduction to Michael Milken’s junk-bond world as it increasingly relies on some of the financial industry’s most aggressive players.
Sen. Warren Slams SEC Chief for ‘Broken Promises’
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., lambasted SEC Chairwoman White in a 13-page letter about her “broken promises” of agency action on major consumer protection issues.
How Long Is Long-Term Investing, Anyway?
Value-oriented FPA Funds offers a textbook definition that few investors use in their decisions, but would do well to consider, Gil Weinreich says.
Best Finance Tweets of the Month: April 2015
Bloomberg terminals go dark, European interest rates go negative and The New York Times finds a hot food trend.
New York: the Next Bubble to Burst?
The city's real estate boom becomes ominous.
Is Portfolio Diversification Overrated?
Most actively managed mutual funds fail to beat the market, but so do so-called concentrated funds with limited positions.
Breakaway Broker Blasts Schwab Over Nightmare Breakup
Richard Rosso on how he went from being one of Schwab’s top financial consultants to losing a kidney from the stress of an arbitration battle.