Sizing Up Where Clinton & Trump Invest Their Money
Looking at the candidates’ personal portfolios based on financial disclosures filed with the Federal Election Commission.
One of Gundlach’s Favorite Recession Indicators Just Got Triggered
The trend in the unemployment rate has flipped from improving to deteriorating.
Social Security COLA for 2017: Expect Tiny Increase, if Any
What can retirees expect for a benefits increase for Social Security in 2017? Not much, experts say.
DOL Fiduciary Rule Forces Merrill to Drop Commission IRAs
Merrill Lynch to encourage its retirement clients to move accounts to the BD’s Investment Advisory Program.
Brown University Endowment Posts 1.1% Loss in ‘Challenging’ Year
The smallest endowment in the Ivy League lost $3.2 billion in the fiscal year that ended June 30.
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.
Morningstar Launches 27 Indexes to Meet ESG Investing Appetite
The indexes include global and local companies based on their ethical performance and other measures tied to sustainability, the research firm says.
Bill Gross: Central Bankers Are Gamblers Fueling ‘Capital Destruction’
Janus bond guru compares Yellen, Draghi, Kuroda to delusional gamblers who follow the “Martingale System.”
5 Big Changes Advisors Should Make by Fiduciary Rule Deadline: AssetMark
As the April 10 deadline approaches, advisors should be taking these key actions to update their practices.
Morgan Stanley, Goldman Split on Where Treasuries Will End 2016
As Morgan Stanley calls for U.S. bond rally in Q4, Goldman joins Gundlach in view that U.S. 10-year yields should rise to 2%.