4 Cybersecurity Tips From the FBI
Employees are “the weakest link in your security chain,” says FBI special agent Richard Jacobs.
Wells Fargo, Hearsay Social Roll Out New Tech Tools
The wirehouse boosts reps' tablet power, while the social media tech firm introduces a "universal" supervision solution.
Viewing Financial Planning Software From a Client’s Perspective
One benefit of eMoney: clients can easily and quickly create their own websites, then customize its content.
LPL Names Former E-Trade Exec CFO
The firm is filling a slot vacated by Dan Arnold in early May when he replaced Robert Moore as president.
SEC Hits Merrill for $11 Million Over Faulty Short-Sale Orders
Two Merrill entities admitted to using inaccurate, old data when executing short-sale orders for customers.
HighTower Group to Target Athletes, Celebrities
Some advisors, though, say it's better to focus on pro athletes from a single sport rather than targeting all VIPs.
FINRA BrokerCheck Ad Campaign Supported by Huge Fine Volume
FINRA's $3.5 million campaign compares hiring a broker without checking BrokerCheck to other "leap-before-you-look" mistakes.
Best Firms for Self-Directed Investors: J.D. Power—2015
The latest survey finds that do-it-yourselfers want access to top tools, human advisors and clear information on fees.
Thriving in Tomorrowland: How Advisors Can Adapt to Change
Forty-five years after Alvin Toffler warned us of future shock, four experts suggest how to prosper in today's tsunami of change.
Who’s Your Robo?
In today's digital world, “online service” is largely an oxymoron. That's why I'm not too worried about the threat of robo-advisors.