Maybe Financial Markets Have Been Wrong All Along
The disappearing value premium suggests that stock prices might not be the best available estimate of a company’s value after all.
Gundlach: 6 Reasons Fed Shouldn’t Raise Rates in December
Once the Fed starts raising rates, the world changes, the DoubleLine bond guru says.
Top 15 Charities for 2014 Fundraising
Donor-advised sponsors have elbowed their way into the top ranks of U.S.-based charities, according to The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s list of the 400 top nonprofits.
4 Forces Driving Retirement Industry Trends
According to SEI and Strategic Insight, regulation, including the fiduciary rule, is just one factor affecting industry growth.
Valliere Upbeat on Ryan, Economy; Predicts Clinton vs. Rubio Election
The political strategist talks about why both parties are terrified of their presidential front-runners and says the fiscal picture is brighter than many observers think.
Why Ken Fisher Is Wrong on Annuities: Milevsky, Finke
In a recent ThinkAdvisor interview, Fisher said annuities were full of false promises. Milevsky, Finke and other annuity experts vehemently object.
What Advisors Should Do Every Day to Succeed
To execute your growth strategy, there's one thing you should make time for every day, Bill Good says. No, it's not social media.
How Advisors Can Use ETFs to Minimize 2015 Tax Bills
Now is the time for investors to sell money-losing ETFs and stocks to offset capital gains in the current calendar year, Ron DeLegge writes.
Popular Social Security Claiming Strategy Gutted in Budget Bill
The changes to Social Security spousal benefits will be "devastating," Kotlikoff said.
Bob Doll: Confusing Times Ahead for U.S.
Market conditions are “going to continue to frustrate both the bulls and the bears,” the Nuveen equity strategist says.