Chad Wotton and Thad Schlaud take a look at how Merrill Lynch & Morgan Stanley are taking different approaches to the oncoming DOL's Uniform Fiduciary Standard.
Date: October, 2016
This week, we saw articles on bank teller robots, some (more) Wells Fargo insight, and an unlikely connection between bond trading and a Britney Spears scandal.
Nick Pagano explores the benefits of a team approach, in, and outside of the financial services industry.
Our Chief Investment Officer, Dave Martin, talks about the current state of the markets, our 4th quarter outlook, and a brief overview of our investment philosophy.
This week, Trump's Wall Street supporter Anthony Scaramucci compares the Fiduciary Standard to Dred Scott, salespeople continue to act like salespeople, and Wells Fargo employees are eating hand sanitizer (you can't make this stuff up).
Nick takes a moment to speak on the importance of keeping an open mind when looking at your finances.
The Wells Fargo debacle seems to be over... We hope. Also, Why's everyone so hyped up about robots? We're slow to jump on that bandwagon...
Nick’s third and final installment of our three part series detailing the four stages of retirement. This week, naturally, he covers late retirement.
Chad Wotton observes the four categories of savers as outlined by the CFP Board of Standards and gives an in depth analysis on the impacts.
Nick Pagano continues his retirement talks with part II of our installment -- Outlining steps two and three of this important life process; Early and Middle Retirement.