What new U.S.-listed ETFs did well in 2014?
The top 10 new ETFs south of the border brought in $4.8 billion in 2014. Here are three key takeaways from this year’s rookie squad.
Happy Holidays from Wealth Professional
That’s right – it’s that time of year again, and Wealth Professional is stepping back from its daily news reporting for the holidays.
5 business books to put under the tree
For those looking for a last-minute stocking stuffer or gift for under the tree, here are five approved by Santa himself.
WP Tweet Note: Female, young, mysterious and rich
Fortune tweeted Tuesday about a businesswoman very few people know about. Soon enough you will.
Were you in these S&P 500 companies in 2014?
The top-performing S&P 500 stock year-to-date is up 114% while the top 10 are averaging gains of 88%, a seven-fold advantage over the S&P 500.
Madoff trustee rakes it in
The latest $322 million payment by Irving Picard, trustee for the Madoff Ponzi scheme, puts the amount recovered since 2008 in double-digits.
Ex-MLB star sues former financial advisors
The case for wooing clients away from the big banks might have just gotten more difficult due to an $11 million lawsuit against two independent financial advisors.
Liquid Alternatives: advisors bailing at absolutely the worst time
In recent months the demand for alternatives has waned somewhat. Analysis suggests clients and, indeed, advisors are increasingly looking to the stock market for safe haven. Good move?
IIAC's six-month extension request on CRM2 comes into focus
WP had a 30-minute discussion with IIAC's CRM2 expert Friday. Their rationale for extending the implementation by six months makes sense. Here’s why.
Out with the old and in with the new
No, we’re not talking about New Year’s but rather our newest poll. Read on to find out about this week’s question.