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  • Apr 10, 2015
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    Americans Steer Clear of Stocks

    Over half of Americans (52 percent) are not currently investing in stocks, according to a new study by Bankrate.com....More
  • Apr 7, 2015
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    Is Iceland Killing Off Its Banks?

    Iceland is looking at the possibility of changing modern banking as we know it. Stung hard by the financial crisis of 2008, Iceland commissioned a report suggesting that the country’s banks stop “creating money.”...More
  • Apr 2, 2015
    The Daily Brief

    Does Money Buy a Bigger Brain?

    Money can buy an education, a home in an environmentally beneficial area, language lessons and mind-expanding cultural excursions. So does it make sense that it can also buy you a bigger brain?...More
  • Mar 31, 2015
    The Daily Brief

    Where the 1% Live

    Connecticut has the highest number of individuals making over $1 million in income, accounting for 0.63 percent of the state’s tax-paying population, according to a recent study by personal finance website MoneyRates.com. Mississippi has the highest number of low earners....More
  • Mar 30, 2015
    The Daily Brief

    The Death of the Hedge Fund?

    Given their poor performance and poor image, many hedge funds are backing away from using the term to describe themselves...More
  • Mar 24, 2015
    The Daily Brief

    Vanguard Mutual Funds vs. Vanguard ETFs

    Financial advisor Allan Roth argues on ETF.com that Vanguard ETFs and mutual funds are, in some cases, similar in cost and design, but the the mutual fund holds some distinct advantages....More
  • Mar 23, 2015
    The Daily Brief

    Ripple Effects

    Apple recently replaced AT&T on the Dow 30, and while some analysts are speculating that it could be a good move for AT&T, the change-up is creating some immediate waves....More
  • Mar 16, 2015
    The Daily Brief

    What Dooms Retirement? Children 1

    Boomerang kids ruin retirement for their parents, according to a new survey by market research firm Hearts & Wallets....More
  • Mar 9, 2015
    The Daily Brief

    Don’t Be Afraid of Chuck 1

    In an open letter to Wealthfront and Betterment, Rich Hagen, CEO of TradeKing Advisors, tells the online advice platforms not to be afraid of Schwab and its new robo-advisor platform....More
  • Feb 25, 2015
    The Daily Brief

    What Financial Advisors Can Learn From Lady Gaga

    You don't have to be a pop star, but advisors do need to have a social media presence for long-term success, writes advisor Mitch Goldberg in a guest column on CNBC....More
  • Feb 13, 2015
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    Adding to the Redundancy

    Wealth management is the shining star of investment banks, according to The Economist. So it's little wonder the discount players are starting to mimic them....More
  • Feb 9, 2015
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    Why Clients Shouldn’t Cheat on You

    Many of your clients likely work with more than one advisor, but, of course, it would be better for your business if they didn’t spread it around. Here's why they shouldn't....More

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