Climate Change Is Real: The Investing Implications
We can avoid arguing about the causes of climate change and simply put our money to work in companies that deal with the consequences.
Single Premium Whole Life Gives Estate Planning an Edge
For the right clients, this product may provide the gateway for achieving not just retirement planning but all their planning goals.
Fine Jewelry Appreciates in Value — and Risk
For wealthy clients, precious jewelry is primarily an emotional investment, but lately, fine gemstones are being cherished for another reason: skyrocketing value.
Black Swans, Trump’s Victory, DOL Rule: Black Swan Expert Explains
Dr. Renaud Piccinini, a risk authority and black swan expert, discusses Trump’s election, risk management and the DOL fiduciary rule.
Mexican ‘Trump ETF’ Sends Positive Signal for Clinton
The largest, U.S.-listed, Mexican exchange-traded fund is witnessing record inflows.
Prepping the Winter Home
For many HNW individuals, homes in wintry climates can present extraordinary financial risks, from burst pipes in kitchens to ice damming at roof edges.
Factor Investing and Risk: The Anomaly of Low Volatility
To understand the volatility anomaly, it is important that investors understand what economists have learned about the factors that are responsible for stock returns.
Jeremy Siegel on Biggest Threats to Market, Impact of Election
The “Wizard of Wharton” discusses what a Trump or Clinton victory means and how 2016 earnings will set the table for 2017.
Advisors’ Dilemma: Investor Expectations vs. Market Reality
Natixis study finds a quarter of advisors plan a big change within 3 years due to client expectations, regulatory pressure.
Finke: Keys to Retirement Planning in a Low-Yield World
It’d be nice to believe market returns will be as high in the future as they were in the past. Science suggests they won’t.