Ever wonder if a car could repossess itself should you default on the monthly payments? Well this could be closer to reality that you think. Check out our latest blog to find out where Bloomberg thinks the next financial crisis may come from and more!
Author: Thad Schlaud
Join us this week, as we take a look at the change in juror compensation, Magic Leap’s augmented reality prototype, and the careful thought Apple is putting into its new $5 billion headquarters. Check it out!
We take a look into the possibility of humans taking over for "Robo-Advisors" (Who would have thought!), how the case against Jesse Litvak has played out, and a new policy Jeffries is enforcing for new hires.
Have you ever wondered how the new Fiduciary Standard actually affects you? Or why the SEC (just now) fined GM for the ignition switch recall fiasco of 2014? Well, you’re in luck! Read our latest blog to learn about these recent happenings and more.
Join us this week as we review the recent resolution of Deutsche Bank’s involvement in subprime mortgage debt leading up to the financial crisis, how Marblegate thought they outsmarted the entire bond industry since 1939, and unintended consequences of the fiduciary standard.
Join us this week as we look at why it's good to read the fine print of contracts, the connection between index funds and antitrust laws, and where one can invest "theoretical" dollars.
Ever wonder what Mark Zuckerberg and a UAW employee may have in common? Or how Samsung was able to turn a profit in a quarter when their phones started catching fire (and not in the hip/cool way)? Check out our blog this week to find out!
This week we review what we read this past year, what it may have meant for your financials, and what may be on the horizon for 2017.
This week, Thad Schlaud dives into the possible benefits of robo advisors, how Scrooge McDuck, Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac are connected, and what Trump’s latest comments have in common with a scene from the Looney Tunes.
This week Thad Schlaud compares the current interest rate environment to Groundhog Day, explores its effect on municipal bonds,and explains how a Hillary Clinton emoji can get you invited to an innovation summit. Check out what we're reading this week...