Bennet Voyles

Brokers without Borders
Borderline, feel like I'm going to lose my mind, Madonna sang in one of her earlier hits, and many brokers share her mental anguish perhaps none more
Read Their Lips: How to Profit from Exec Speak
For all the information advisors use to make investing decisions research reports, news stories, magazine profiles, earnings squawks the odds of a rep
Talking Dirty
Sonny Bloch, once a pioneer of financial talk radio, turned out to be a crook and sullied the image of investing shows. Irwin Bloch was perhaps the biggest
Hooking the Big One
Any fisherman will tell you that electronics have changed his sport by replacing guesswork with intelligence. Likewise, online resources have changed
The Name Is Bond
Cool gadgets, lots of action, improbable triumphs: Investing in stocks in the 90s could be as exciting as a 007 thriller. Two and a half years later,
Serving Muslim Investors
Until 9/11, Muslim investors seemed like an up-and-coming niche a huge yet under-served market with a need for specialized investment advice. To the handful
Pounding the (Cyber)Pavement
Remember the old days, when you had to sit around and wait for the Sunday classifieds? How archaic. These days, the Internet is the best thing for job
I'm OK, You're 401(k)
An old Greek proverb warns that you shouldn't speak of rope in the house of a man who has just been hanged, but if rope is your stock in trade, what can
Greed, Blatant Conflicts At Your Fingertips
Now that millions of shareholders have awoken from the bubble to realize they have been mugged by the stewards of the companies in which they had invested,
Inside Scoop
It doesn't take a domestic diva like Martha Stewart to clean up a portfolio that's infested with stocks of self-dealing CEOs. If you want to know who's
Web Watch: Philanthropy 101
The third year of a down market may not be the best time to suggest innovative ways for your clients to part with their money, but it's still important for financial advisors to consider charitable gifts as part of a comprehensive financial plan. Here are a few sites to help you get started.
Dishing Dirt, Online
If you're a person who always walks on the sunny side of the street, looks on the bright side and never says a bad word about anyone, you may as well
Bear Necessities
Misery loves company. So, if you're contemplating hibernation and looking for company, check out these sites.
Easy Prey on The Net
Some sites for vulture investing.
Web Watch: Navigating the Hedge Fund Maze
A secretive investment strategy becomes slightly more transparent thanks to a few online sites.
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