"In the past year or two, we’ve seen the introduction of 80 actively managed ETFs," writes Russell Wild, the author of ETFs for Dummies. "But they have not exactly...
There’s no free-gyro lunch in Greek sovereign bonds, and there’s no free-lunch in closed-end funds either, warns this guest columnist.
As an advisor, I’m trying to delicately balance the advice of both Malkiel and Bernstein by squeezing out a bit of extra yield—just a bit—without taking undue risk.
If you intend to be rational about investing, separate politics from portfolio, writes fee-only advisor and author (and political news junkie) Russell Wild.
Think your clients need $1.25 million to retire comfortably? In a new book, advisor Craig Israelsen argues that they can live even better on less than $750,000.