What Bank Investors Learned From JPMorgan, Citigroup Results
Start of earnings season showed trading revenue was muted; JPMorgan had better lending margins, Citigroup cut expense.
5 Takeaways From BofA, Wells Fargo Q3 Earnings
Consumer lending shows cracks on the second day of earnings season; the four largest U.S. banks cut their combined workforce after a pause.
Wells Fargo Hit by Surprise Charge From Pre-Crisis Mortgages
The bank takes a $1 billion charge for a pre-crisis mortgage probe; the surprise charge adds to headaches from the fake-accounts episode.
Trump's Tax Plan Goads Wal-Mart, Comcast to Buy Back Bonds
The shift could lead to unexpected activity in bond portfolios.
Political, Regulatory Risks Drive Big Investors to Equities: The Economist
Some of the current bull market in stocks is being driven by tactical investments rather than by fundamentals, Franklin Templeton suggests.
15 Cheapest States for Long-Term Care: 2017
Genworth’s annual study on the cost of care nationwide, which includes home care and assisted living facilities, ranks LTC costs by state.
Is It Finally Time to Look Beyond US Large Caps?
Investors have done well just tracking a benchmark in recent years. But when the correction arrives, a more tactical approach can deliver considerably more value.
VanEck Launches Long/Flat Equity Allocation ETF: Portfolio Products
Direxion changes the index for a small-cap ETF, and Lazard launches a new equity franchise fund.
Think 7% Returns Are Coming Back Anytime Soon? Think Again.
Two prominent investment strategists cautioned advisors about future gains in client portfolios at FPA’s annual conference.
GOP Tax Plan Won’t Do Much for Economy: Moody’s
It's a "boon for business, a wash for individuals" and does little to boost growth, says Moody’s analyst Mark Zandi.