Do exchange-traded funds reduce competition in the marketplace? A big tech company has embraced the trend of not letting its shareholders vote. Read these topics and more in this week’s blog.
Category: Industry Ideas
This week we are reading about the growing problem of a lack of proper retirement planning and the unfortunate dilemma of death and taxes…should death be taxed?
This week we are reading about new forms of philanthropy, Amazon’s new in-home (not just at home) package delivery and more on computer algorithms.
This week we are reading about Bitcoins, Evancoins, and Thadcoins! The arrivals of new currencies leave a lot of questions to be answered.
This week we are reading about new rules that will make ETFs more accessible to investors; a recent fake news story about some large companies that leaves a disturbing feeling; and did you know that Amazon, the online retailer, is also a lender?
Were you impacted by the Equifax breach? Read on to find out if you were, and tips on protecting yourself from future risk.
Read on for a look at global markets from the third quarter, and into the fourth. The good news is that in the U.S., consumer confidence remains buoyant and markets continue to focus on the improving economic fundamentals.
This week we are reading about autonomous electric cars disrupting the marketplace, one Economics professor’s bubble predictions, and Trump’s tax plan that may help you purchase a new car!
Is the Equifax information breach all because of a failure to perform a software update? We also look at an insider trading story that involves multiple layers...of people and crimes.
This week we are reading about an interesting insider trading case, timing the market, and the startling discovery that women may make better investors than men. Well, maybe.