What do loan applications, pies, Teddy Roosevelt, and Minotaurs have in common? Well, you will have to check out Thad Schlaud's latest blog to find out!
While ETFs are most commonly utilized to reduce an investor’s risk through diversification, there are newly SEC-approved ETFs that look to take on four times the risk of a normal Exchange-Traded Fund. Join Thad Schlaud this week as he dives into two very different aspects of ETFs and what this could mean for investors moving forward.
Jeff Ivory and Thad Schlaud are always on the lookout for good financial articles, especially as they pertain to fiduciaries. Unfortunately, they are usually disappointed, but nonetheless they are always looking. This week, Thad actually received an intriguing article from a client that sparked his interest; although there are a few adjustments he would like to make. Take a look!
There is never a dull moment in this wild world of ours, especially as it pertains to financial news. Ever wonder how renting a puppy could lead to our demise as a society or why a lawsuit that seemed tied up in 2012 has been resurrected? Well today is your lucky day, because Thad Schlaud reviews all this and more in his weekly blog!
In his blog this week, Thad Schlaud explores a wide variety of topics: from the Fiduciary Rule to how celebrities spend their money to the relationship between Maroon 5 and ETFs. This is a blog you will not want to miss!
This week Thad Schlaud discusses the recent headlines created by United, what it may mean for United shareholders, and the what and how behind the volatility we see in the market today. Join him for the latest installment of his weekly blog!
It is truly a wonderful time to be alive here in Michigan – grass is green, plants are budding, and the chirping of birds can be heard in the air. We all know what season brings all of this hope and joy – tax season! While owing someone else money is typically not enjoyable, check out Chad’s latest blog to discover a vehicle that may help with this burden!
As the first quarter of 2017 concluded, our Chief Investment Officer, Dave Martin, took some time to reflect on the market through the first three months of the year and what the next three quarters may hold.
This past week, we came across several different articles that we thought you might enjoy. These articles include Ocean’s Eleven style theft, Hedge Funds using their names to drum up investors, and how Amazon’s internal operations can operate similarly to penny stocks. Check it out!
Join us this week as we take a look at the unique way Deutsche Bank is fulfilling its required mortgage relief and the most common type of financial fraud – phishing.