- 401(k) plans
- Business Transitions
- Estate Planning
- Practice Management
- Retirement Income
- Retirement Planning
- Social Media
- Tax Planning
- Women in Planning
- Alternative Investments
- Fixed Income
- Mutual Funds
- Real Estate/REITs
- U.S. Equity
Investors who dumped shares in gold ETFs amid the biggest selloff in the metal in four years may be in for a shock: Capital-gains taxes are higher than for stocks and bonds.
Gold, down 17 percent since January, is poised to lose 20 percent in a year as inflation fails to accelerate, Credit Suisse Group said.
Gold dropped to the lowest in almost a month in New York as filings showed that George Soros and Blackrock Inc...
The bull market that gets no respect could start claiming some big RIAs as victims if it stays on course.
Gold’s longest winning streak in at least nine decades is poised to end as diminishing trust in the metal’s ability to preserve value spurred a majority of analysts to predict the first annual...
Jackson National Life Insurance Company has launched two new online resources that are central to its educational strategy.
Jim Rogers, who predicted a commodity rally in 1999, said he may buy gold if a bear market deepens and prices fall to $1,300 an ounce or below.
Central banks bought the most gold since 1964 last year just before the collapse in prices into a bear market underscored investors’ weakening faith in the world’s traditional store of value.
An industrial user has asked a U.S. court to review a decision clearing the way for BlackRock's ETF backed by copper.
Central banks are among the biggest losers because they own 19 percent of all the gold mined, according to the World Gold Council in London.
Financial Advisor Blogs
Portfolio Manager Insights
Retirement plan advisors have a tremendous opportunity to retain and grow business. + Read more
If you don’t prompt your clients to talk about money during life’s transitions, they can potentially lose their money and their family. Here are 15 questions you can ask to get them talking. + Read more