FA News

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Number Of 401(k) Millionaires Swells Back Toward Record

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The amount of seven-figure retirement accounts at Fidelity Investments surged in the fourth quarter of 2023.

State Securities Regulators Collected $1B From Enforcement Actions In 2022

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State regulators filed three times the enforcement actions against RIAs as brokers, NASAA reported.

ETF Focused On Cash-Flow Rakes In Billions Despite Snubbing AI Mania

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The Pacer US Cash Cows 100 ETF doesn't hold any of the so-called Magnificent Seven stocks.

Apollo's Rowan Says The Best Investors Aren't In The U.S. Anymore

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Institutional investors in the U.S. are beholden to benchmarks, he said.

Ex-Merrill Lynch Lifers With $1B In AUM Join LPL Strategic Wealth In Pa.

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Continuity Private Wealth is led by James Debuque and Timothy M. Baltz, who have been partners for nearly 15 years.

Liz Nesvold Lands Two Roles At RIA Investor Emigrant

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The M&A pro returns to her primary skill set after exiting her job as Cresset president earlier this month.

Hightower Sued By Advisor Over Non-Compete Clause

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The former Hightower advisor argues that the clause is "illegal" and "unenforceable."

Fla.Team With $450M AUM Joins Raymond James From Merrill

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Anderson McKelvey Group is operated by Jesse Anderson, Christopher McKelvey and Anthony Gilotti.

LPL Braces for $50M SEC Fine For Off-Channel Comms Failures

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The company said in its annual report that the details of the fine are still under discussion.

NFTs, A Punchline During Crypto Bust, Attempt A Comeback

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Those who spent fortunes on buying the hottest tokens were mocked as suckers in 2022.

BlackRock Says 'New Regime' Calls For More Active Management

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The gap between stock market winners and laggards has widened since 2020, the firm's analysts say.

World Economy Has Growing Chance Of Soft Landing, G-20 Says

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The International Monetary Fund last month boosted its forecast for global economic growth in 2024 to 3.1%.

Nearly 9,700 Series 7 Advisors Changed Firms in 2023, Report Says

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IBDs saw small gains while wirehouses suffered attrition.

When Retirees Give Away Too Much Money

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When it comes to charitable giving, advisors recommend a careful balance.

Grayscale's Bitcoin ETF Exodus Reaches $7.4 Billion In First 30 Trading Days

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The $22.8 billion Grayscale Bitcoin Trust has seen $7.4 billion exit across 30 trading days as of Friday.

Harvard University Floats $1.65 Billion Upcoming Debt Sale

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The university is planning to sell as much as $750 million of taxable fixed-rate bonds.

Vanguard Bond ETF Sees Record Influx As Traders Rethink Rate-Cut Bets

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The shift in rate-cut expectations has increased demand for bonds in the intermediate part of the yield curve.

Fortune Of Top Warren Buffett Investor Will Fund Free Medical School In Bronx

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Ruth Gottesman's husband made almost $3 billion after being an early investor in Berkshire Hathaway.

Morgan Stanley's Shalett Says Look Abroad To Hedge U.S. Stocks Bet

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The valuation gap between non-U.S. equities and the S&P 500 Index is at a 20-year low.

Proposed Federal DAF Rules Could Shut Down Some Charities, Attorney Says

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New donor-advised fund regulations will dry up charitable contributions, Holland & Knight attorney Andrew Grumet argues.

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