Top 7 TV Advertising Slogans by Financial Firms
As John Houseman intoned in the iconic TV commercials, Smith Barney earns its money, albeit now as a Morgan Stanley underling. No one can really listen when E.F. Hutton speaks any longer, since they've been subsumed. AdvisorOne rounds up a collection of its favorite ads.
Dividends, Dividends, Dividends!
Everyone’s saying it, but when it comes to retirement income, Northstar’s Fred Taylor lives it.
RIAs Seeking More Risk in Fixed-Income ETFs: Schwab
RIAs looked for safety in their fixed-incom ETFs in 2011, but this year they may be willing to take on more risk, said Charles Schwab analysts in an ETF update on Friday.
SIFMA Says Volcker Rule Threatens to Freeze Corporate Bond Market
SIFMA says that an overly restrictive implementation of the Volcker rule could severely reduce liquidity in the $1 trillion U.S. corporate bond market.
Suitability and Fiduciary Duty
Recommending suitable investments is more than just a regulatory obligation. Many investors bring cases claiming lack of suitability, so RIAs must continuously put the onus on clients to notify the advisor of changes in their financial situation.
Emerging Markets’ Growing Middle Class a Boon for U.S. Investors: Outlook 2012
During the 2012 outlook season, investment strategists and other market watchers have repeatedly taken note of the growing middle classes in China, Southeast Asia, India and Brazil.
Schwab's Deep Impact
If you want sound bites, Schwab Impact 2011 in San Francisco had them.
Buy-and-Hold Debate Gets Louder as Market Volatility Rises
The rising level of market volatility as 2011 comes to a close seems to be bringing with it a return of doubts about 'buy-and-hold' investing, as expressed by Mark Cuban, that became a fixture of investment debate in the market crash of 2008.
Chuck Schwab at Impact 2011: Bernanke ‘BS’; Obama’s Got to Go
The chairman says there must be a leadership change before the U.S. economy can expand.
Cohen & Steers: Investors Should Seek High-Dividend Stocks
A new white paper released by investment manager Cohen & Steers on Monday maintains that dividend oriented companies are "strongly positioned to continue raising pay-outs and deliver solid returns." The report also says these companies are “trading at attractive prices and offer great upside potential.”