This week we look at incriminating comments from bankers, and a new wave of advisor robots. Will financial advisors one day be replaced by robots?
Author: Thad Schlaud
This week we explore a growing type of crime, cybercrime. Plus, a look at a subscription-based movie theater plan that sounds too good to be true.
This week we explore the pros and cons of index funds, and more on Wells Fargo’s fraudulent practices. Also, a brief look at the man who put his Tesla in autopilot and then sat in the passenger seat. What happened next?
This week we explore Thad's thoughts and insights on today’s market after such a calm and stable 2017.
This week we are reading about gun violence and the effect it has on the market, specifically when talking about the investment management firm, BlackRock.
This week we’re reading about a crypto event with an “infused” menu that left attendees spinning, and more on the fiduciary rule and what it all means for advisors.
This week we explore the negative side effects of screen time, more on fiduciary regulations, market investments and more.
This week we’re reading about the market volatility, or lack thereof, and investors’ response to this. Also, a look at probation for Wells Fargo after its dishonest sales practices. Should the former CEO be held accountable?
This week we’re reading more on the fiduciary rule and when it actually applies. We’re also reading about the cryptocurrency preferred by dogs, but only one certain breed. Read on to find out which one.
This week we take a look at underwriting in Asia, Spotify files for its IPO, and the criminal use of cryptocurrencies.