Research Affiliates Screens for Smart vs. Dumb Dividends
The investment firm says its dividend strategy adds 2% per year by picking "cherries" and screening out "lemons."
9 Reasons Why Alan Greenspan Is Wrong About Everything
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan recently laid out nine reasons the economy stinks. Here’s why he’s wrong, according to New York Life’s John Kim.
What to Look for in Bank Stocks
Two portfolio managers at Causeway Capital Management are salvaging undervalued assets amid the wreckage in the bruised banking sector.
JPMorgan Reports First Loss Under Dimon; Analysts Say Not to Fear
Legal expenses exploded during the third quarter, but Street analysts remain bullish.
Straight Talk on Straight-Through Processing
Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain. Try if you like, but David Fetter makes it exceedingly difficult.
S&P 500 Closes at Record High, Topping ’07 Mark
The S&P 500 closed at a new high, three weeks after the Dow obliterated its own closing record.
Lehman’s Lessons: News Analysis
The natural human tendency is to think that markets are about money, but a look back at the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers should serve as a reminder that markets are fundamentally about morality.
Top 10 Terrible Predictions About Economy
On 11/11/11, while the world still exists despite some predictions otherwise, a review by AdvisorOne of 10 terrible predictions about the markets and the economy.
Europe’s Creditanstalt Moment—Is It Really 1931 Again?: News Analysis
Historians might one day wonder why it was that at exactly the time the European model was crumbling, the U.S. chose to weaken itself with similar policies.
A Lost Decade for Advisors?
It has been called the “Lost Decade” for stocks, the period from January 2000 to December 2009 that saw the stock market decline for the first time since the decade that started in the 1930s.