The Low-Yield Bond Market Is Back
Advisors face the same challenge today that they faced before the election and two Fed rate hikes: finding income for clients.
U.S. Stocks Should ‘Terrify’ Janet Yellen: Billionaire Investor
Paul Tudor Jones says U.S. market cap to GDP ratio highest since '00; stocks could rise higher after French election.
Trump’s Tax Plans Coming Next Week, White House Official Says
Word comes as president approaches end of his first 100 days; key Senate panel said not to have seen final details yet.
Lou Harvey Hits Pfau Back Over Criticism of Dalbar Investor Study
Dalbar CEO says Wade Pfau, a professor at The American College of Financial Services, misses the point of QAIB study, calling his criticism “silly.”
Raymond James to Buy $27B Asset Managers
Scout Investments and Reams will join Carillon Tower Advisers, which recently expanded its sales and distribution team.
Wells Fargo CEO Says Ousting Majority of Board Would Be ‘Crazy’
Board grasps bank’s problems, Wells Fargo’s Tim Sloan says, and gutting panel would be “absolutely irresponsible.”
Will Robo-Advisors Be Terminated?
The once great disrupters seem to have met their limitations. What should advisors expect from this technology now?
These 6 Basic Financial Questions Baffled a Third of Americans
GoBankingRates, a personal finance news and features website, conducted a survey that measured respondents’ knowledge of fundamental financial terminology.
Dick Wagner and the Need to Understand Clients’ Attitudes About Money
One of Dick’s lifelong interests was the role and meaning that money has in people’s lives, Bob Clark says.
Most Americans Say Tax System Is Unfair: Pew Research
But at the same time, the majority say their personal tax burdens are not.