Krawcheck’s Ellevest Expands Into Financial Planning (and They’re Hiring)
CEO Sallie Krawcheck tells ThinkAdvisor about Ellevest’s expansion plans, what it offers women that other robos don't and why it doesn't ask about risk tolerance.
LPL Makes Retirement Plan Push With FAs
Retirement Partners head Bill Beardsley and national sales chief Andy Kalbaugh are hoping to bring more LPL reps and ex-NPH advisors into the fold.
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.
Top 3 Ways BDs Can Help FAs With DOL-Related Platform Shifts
Broker-dealers should help advisors with new technology, criteria for picking third-party asset managers and improved planning tools.
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.
Estate Tax Repeal Imperiled as GOP Senator Says He Wants to Keep It
Susan Collins of Maine could be another Republican friend of the tax.
Jordan Belfort, the ‘Wolf of Wall Street,’ Offers (Ethical) Sales Tips for Advisors
Belfort tells ThinkAdvisor about his Straight Line sales system and how his drug-addled past was actually worse than in the movie.
This Fed Choice Could Spook The Bond Market
One wild card for fixed-income markets is a Stanford University economist known for the monetary-policy rule that bears his name.
6 Personality Traits of the Wealthy and Successful
Author and financial editor Jean Chatzky discusses what she found from researching 5,000 wealthy and successful people.
Brokers Violating DOL Rule by Shifting Clients to Fee Accounts: Roper
Consumer Federation of America urges regulators to investigate if firms are “found to be exploiting the DOL rule to profit unfairly at their customers’ expense.”