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Although a deal to avoid the fiscal cliff is expected by early next year, a recovery in the housing market could be the big story of 2013.
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Advisors are helping gay and lesbian clients face the unique barriers to achieving their financial goals.
Advisors look to 401(k) plans as fertile ground for business.
With a few months to go in the presidential campaign, pundits are poring over every scrap of new economic data-notably, unemployment-for a clue as to whether President Barack Obama will be reelected. But the best predictor, many say, is the stock market.
Greeces process of moving towards fiscal and economic sustainability will likely have as big an impact as the outcome of whether it leaves the Eurozone or not, according to a new report.
For investors, the economic picture nationally and gloabally is cheerier than it appears.
A majority of advisors surveyed are willing to recommend sustainable investments, formerly known as socially responsible investments, making the potential markets as big as $650 billion, according to a survey by the Calvert Foundation.
Investor optimism continues to fall among increased pessimism about the fate of the U.S. economy, according to the latest poll from Wells Fargo/Gallup Investors.
Despite Europe's woes, other statistics at home are bolstering the U.S. economy.
On Wall Street takes a close-up look at the leaders in five categories
Stocks are beating bonds, small caps are outperforming large caps and high beta is leading low beta.
From payouts getting trimmed to stagnant growth, bank advisors have their work cut out for them this year. But bright spots include investments that can help differentiate you.
Advisors should tell their clients to think as much about risk management as maximizing returns.
Three investment chiefs talk stocks, sectors and the economy.
Preferreds are getting popular because they generate incomebut they require a lot of diligence and involve a lot of fine print
Citigroup announced that it plans to beef up its own ability to provide financial advisory services to its clients by hiring more advisors, at least 30 in the next year, according to reports.