How Much Turbulence Can Fed Handle?
The central bank's reputation has been a brake on upheaval. That may not last.
Why the Pope’s Visit Matters
Regardless of their faiths, advisors believe Pope Francis' visit to the U.S., and his rallying cry to a dysfunctional Congress, is a good thing.
S&P Smacks Down a Big Argument for Active Management
Even funds in inefficient sectors like small-cap and emerging markets fail to consistently outperform their passive counterparts, new research from S&P Dow Jones Indices finds.
Bill Gross: ‘50-50’ Chance of Rate Hike as Jobs Numbers Released
Gross sees a 50-50 chance the Fed will raise rates on Sept. 17, with “China and global conditions” being the “dominant factor.”
Bill Gross Bond Rally Revives in September Following August Loss
Weakness in China means support for long-term Treasuries, the Janus Capital fund manager argues.
Oil at 6-Year Low Amid Global Glut. How Low Can It Go?
Gary Shilling says crude is headed to between $10 and $20 a barrel, while Jeff Saut expects “outstanding opportunities” to buy oil-related securities, including MLPs.
Beyond Greece and China: Expect a Volatile Passage
The serial bursting of market bubbles is far from over.
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.
Social Security Is Here to Stay, and Advisors Are Studying Up
Whatever Social Security looks like in the long term, it's not going away, and advisors are streaming into The American College's RICP program.
Gold Falls to 15-Week Low, Silver Sags as Dollar Gains
Precious metal prices are slipping, while the U.S. currency plows ahead.