New College Grads Finally Get Job Market on Upswing
Both underemployment and jobless rates for recent college graduates are now falling, according to the New York Fed.
What Investors Don’t Know Will Hurt Them Most
Tocqueville Asset Management founder Francois Sicart warns that the 36-year bull market in bonds means most market participants have no professional memory of rising rates.
No Liquidity for You (or Your Clients): Tactical Allocation Funds
Remembering the wisdom of Keynes, advisors should consider the overlooked effects of the rising popularity of tactical funds in client portfolios.
Fidelity: How Big, Cheap and Active Beats Passive
A basis point here, a basis point there, and pretty soon you’re talking real money.
Dividend-Paying Stocks May Be Riskier Than Many Think
"Some of the highest dividend-paying stocks tend to be some of the riskiest,” says Jim Cahn, CIO of Wealth Enhancement Advisory Services.
Debt Traders to Fed: We Dare You to Try Raising Rates This Year
Some central bankers say they are in a 'wait and see mode' when it comes to policy-setting.
Jobless Claims’ 4-Week Average Falls to 15-Year Low
Weekly jobless claims in the U.S. decreased by 1,000 to 264,000 in the seven days ended May 9.
12 Best & Worst Broker-Dealers: Q1 Earnings, 2015
Here’s how some of the biggest firms’ earnings compared over the first quarter.
Socially Responsible Investing: A Way to Attract Younger Clients
More than one-quarter of investors under 45 allocate at least 25% of their investable assets in socially responsible companies, according to a new survey from Spectrem.
Gundlach: Bond Market Pushing Fed to Tighten
The DoubleLine CEO is positive on emerging-market debt and isn't worried about junk bonds.