Law Firms Risked It All on 401(k) Fee Suits, and It’s Paying Off
Despite some major recoveries in class actions over excessive 401(k) fees, few lawyers are willing to litigate these cases.
Does Private Prison Decision Cut the Legs Out From Prison REITs?
The Bureau of Prisons will be scaling back its use of privately run prisons. What will that mean to companies that specialize in this service?
Impact Investing Metrics Help Firms Improve Bottom Line, Valuations
Investor tracking of metrics like customer satisfaction and environmental impact can help a business function better, GIIN finds.
REITs Are Outperforming, but Some Sectors Are Stronger Than Others
Baby boomers and millennials, trendsetters in different ways, are both driving growth in key REIT sectors.
Factor Investing Explained
Factor analysis quantifies “alpha” (an asset’s outperformance compared to the market overall) and turns it into an objective, repeatable model of security selection.
‘Equity’ Movie: Backstabbing, Sexism and Ruthlessness on Wall St.
"Equity" producer and co-star Sarah Megan Thomas talks to ThinkAdvisor about telling the story of women and "the gray lines of power on Wall Street."
The 5 Deadly Sins of Investing
These five misconceptions will only deliver you and your clients the wages of investing sin.
Hundreds of Thousands of 401(k)s Up for Grabs After DOL Fiduciary Rule
Broker-dealers are wondering what to do with small plan sponsor clients serviced by generalist wealth managers.
How Greg Valliere Sees ‘the Nastiest Election of Our Lifetime’
In a wide-ranging interview, Greg Valliere, chief global strategist at Horizon Investments, doesn't mince words about either presidential candidate.
Clinton’s Fiscal Prudence Runs Counter to Krugman’s Call to Borrow
Presidential candidate promises to pay for her programs; Krugman, in contrast, backs using government-debt financing.