It turns out that government accounting is drastically different than accounting in the private sector. We’re also reading about fair compensation for financial advisors, and guess what are gaining in popularity— ETFs!
This week, we’re reading about ETFs: the good, the bad, and the untrue. And, one school is trying to crack the stock market code by reading the news, does it work?
This week we’re reading more about the Fiduciary Rule, arguments for and against it, and what’s in the best interest of customers. Also, it turns out that one very popular theme song has a pretty long story behind it.
Sure, getting a large tax refund is fun, but is it smart? Big tax preparers may advise that it is smart, but is this accurate or just another lie?
Read about Jay Clayton and his first speech as SEC Chairman, and what unthinkable acts are traders doing when they get bored? Turns out it’s just the usual stuff that everybody else does, including spending time with their kids.
What do robots and T.J. Maxx have in common? Well, nothing really except that they are both mentioned in this blog about what we’re reading this week.
This week we’re looking at CCAR and bank stability, how Nike and Amazon have come to terms, and a new movie that asks an interesting question.
This week we look at the Amazon acquisition of Whole Foods, the use, or lack thereof, of Bitcoin, and shareholder voting rights.
Are robotic “assistants” in store for brokers? Is the banking culture getting more relaxed? Find out in this week's blog!
This week we look at passive versus active investing, and is there a strong argument for using inefficiencies to beat market prices?