Negative sentiment toward energy bonds has extended into other areas of the high-yield market. That may present an attractive opportunity.
Archive for 'December 2014'
The road to retirement is long and winding and filled with questions about when to retire and with what income. Now is the time to look at the key retirement deadlines and regulatory changes for 2015.
Market contagion, however, should be limited.
The Stretch IRA beneficiary option facilitates a potential multiyear intergenerational wealth transfer after an account owner passes away.
Though the central bank altered the language about the timing of future policy moves in its December 17 policy statement, its projections still suggest a mid-2015 hike in interest rates.
In the last of a three-part series, Zane Brown offers some potential strategies to respond to the dollar's recent increase versus other currencies.
In the second of a three-part series on the dollar's renewed vigor, Zane Brown looks at its potential impact on the U.S. economy—and corporate profits.
Failure to comply with minimum distribution requirements can cost your client a bundle. Such mistakes are happening more frequently as investors stay in the workforce longer.
Here's the first of a three-part series on the rise of the U.S. currency—and what it could mean for markets and the economy.
Naming beneficiaries on each and every IRA account is critical if your clients want to ensure that the intended heirs receive the proper proceeds in a timely manner.