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  • Mar 27, 2015
    The Daily Brief

    Too Big to Fail?

    Vanguard experienced net inflow of $219 billion into U.S. mutual funds and ETFs in 2014, and is predicted to command 20 percent of total industry assets by the end of 2015....More
  • Mar 26, 2015
    The Daily Brief

    Health Trumps Wealth

    Eighty percent of retirees in better health report having a positive experience in retirement, compared to only 59 percent of those in poorer health....More
  • Mar 19, 2015
    The Daily Brief

    The Financial Four 2

    The National Endowment for Financial Education and the Financial Planning Association have launched a tournament bracket of their own—to help investors and consumers determine their top four financial priorities....More
  • Mar 18, 2015
    The Daily Brief

    The $4 Trillion Market

    Assets under management in "managed investment solutions," such as rep-as-portfolio manager programs, unified managed accounts and mutual fund advisory programs, passed $4 trillion at the end of 2014, up 16 percent from $3.4 trillion in 2013....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 10, 2015
    The Daily Brief

    Women’s Empowerment

    Pax Ellevate Management is encouraging the companies in its Pax Ellevate Global Women’s Index Fund (PXWEX) to sign onto the Women’s Empowerment Principles, a joint initiative of the United Nations Global Compact and UN Women....More
  • Mar 6, 2015
    The Daily Brief

    How to Manage Celebrities and Their Money 1

    It's not easy dealing with celebrities. It's even harder when you're the one managing - or trying to manage - their money....More
  • Feb 27, 2015
    The Daily Brief

    A Promising Future for RCAP?

    Can Nicholas Schorsch's company continue to thrive even in the wake of his departure and accounting errors at its sister company? One outside investor makes the case it can....More
  • Feb 26, 2015
    The Daily Brief

    Americans Are Saving More … Or Are They?

    The average U.S. household savings rate increased from about 5 percent in 2013 to 6 percent in 2014, according to a new study by Hearts & Wallets. But that savings rate may be misleading....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 20, 2015
    blog

    The Biggest Investment Threat? You 1

    While advisors and their clients may look closely at oil prices, interest rates or what’s happening in Greece to have a big impact on their portfolios, the biggest threat to an investment portfolio is you....More
  • Feb 18, 2015
    blog

    Pardon the Disruption

    A new study by TD Ameritrade found that two-thirds of U.S. adults have experienced an event that seriously disrupted their long-term saving and retirement plans. Most common: losing a job....More
  • Jan 30, 2015
    blog

    It Costs How Much to Attend the Super Bowl?

    Want to go to the Super Bowl? Be ready to shell out between $5,000 and $35,000, depending on the experience you want...More

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