Kahneman, co-recipient of a Nobel Prize for his work on behavioral finance and author of the best-seller, 'Thinking Fast and Slow,' spoke with informative grace and humor at the IMCA conference in New York a few weeks ago.
For weeks, interesting studies have been gushing from the National Bureau of Economic Research and elsewhere on the economic implications of COVID-19. We've selected and summarized seven of them for you.
AARP's 38 million members can now buy income annuities and fixed-rate annuities on a platform powered by fintech firm Blueprint Income. Buyers get a complimentary annual 'retirement income check-up' from a salaried, insurance-licensed adviser.
The Treasury said this week that it will borrow (and spend) about $3 trillion this quarter, to cover its stimulus promises. Where does that money come from and where does it go? 'The capital is going from one pocket to another,' explains Vanguard's active Treasury fund manager, who expects the stimulus to be withdrawn in 2022.
Headwinds like “marginal to declining premium growth,” an “aging agent and adviser channel,” and “regulatory uncertainty” continue to frustrate life insurers, the ratings agency says.
Brian Doherty, former New York Life executive and now president of Filtech and author of the recent book, “Getting Paid to Wait,” consults advisors and consumers on Social Security issues.