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Famed oil analyst gives fascinating–but unsettling–views to symposium crowd.
Clients hit with AMT shouldn‚t own certain municipal bonds that compound the problem.
Most clients don‚t know their tolerance for pain until it happens.
When clients renew policies, advisors should scrutinize the fine print.
Bill Nygren‚s Oakmark Fund is loading up on growth stocks that have gone south.
PIMCO‚s Bill Gross isn‚t ready yet to predict a recovery.
A host of firms wants your custodial business.
The FPA prepares a major white paper on advisor regulation.
The concept equally embraces money‚s technical–and personal–aspects.
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Letters to the Editor
Bigger Isn‚t Always Better I enjoyed reading your "Parting Shot" column in October‚s issue that challenged the notion that independent shops would have to merge to...