3 Reasons a Correction Is Coming: Merrill Strategist
MacNeil Curry, head of global technical strategy, says the stars are lining up for a drop of 10%-20% in 2014.
Bove: Fannie, Freddie Shutdown Would Have ‘Colossal’ Fallout
Fixed-rate 20- and 30-year mortgages would all but disappear without Fannie and Freddie, the bank expert says.
Preparing Your Clients for the Digital Afterlife
Estate planners have started to see more clients’ digital assets outlive them, and they’re now tasked with helping families manage that digital legacy.
Embrace Selfishness for Success, Women Advisory Firm Owners
Women can be great advisors, but we also come with our own set of challenges that can create conflicts as business owners.
1% Too Valuable to Pay Taxes: Forbes Contributor
It’s time for someone to stand up for that overtaxed and ostracized minority that feels so much of the public's ire.
American Funds Throws Gauntlet to Passive Investors
Capital Group, which is set to add 30 to its sales staff, wants the active investing crowd to up its game.
Marc Faber, S&P’s Stovall See Stocks Taking Dive After Fed Surprise
"Total collapse, but from a higher diving board," or "springboard" to a stock rebound? It depends on who you ask.
What’s ‘Fee Only’? CFP Board and NAPFA Diverge
Is 2% ownership of a BD really so "insubstantial"? The CFP Board and NAPFA take different tacks on issue flowing from the Alan Goldfarb case.
SEC Charges ‘Tipper’ in SAC Capital Insider Trading Case
At SAC Capital, even the “whistle-blower” finds himself in the legal cross-hairs.
Why Hyperactively Managed Funds Outperform
Many mutual fund managers don’t do much, but those that do generate high alpha net of fees.