Are advisers investing too much of their client’s money in bonds? Plus, Brett Arends gives a tip on how to play the gold market. And, there’s plenty of money to be made in tech — investors just need to know where to look.
Dow Jones reporter Veronica Dagher offers all this and more in her latest installment of the Wealth Adviser video series.
Posted by Steven Russolilloon October 12, 2010 Bonds, Markets /
Individual investors can take some cues from pension funds when it comes to bond investing, says Brent Burns, president of Asset Dedication. Burns tells Dow Jones’ Veronica Dagher why bonds still make sense for individual investors.
This week’s Dow Jones Wealth Advisor offers slew of tidbits, including how some investors should adjust their expectations for returns and some tips from a NY Jet.
Sometimes boring investments are best, says financial advisor Matthias Kuhlmey. Plus, James Altucher explains how top companies are telegraphing bullish signals to the market. And with football kicking off once again, NY Jet’s D’Brickashaw Ferguson shares some money lessons he’s learned during his NFL career and gives his thoughts on the season ahead.
Market uncertainty has many investors playing defense, but financial advisor Ron Carson shares an offensive move he’s using with high-net worth clients. And if deflation does hit the economy there are several ways to prepare.
Posted by Steven Russolilloon April 23, 2010 Economy, Sports /
As huge NY fans, we were ecstatic to hear our colleague Veronica Dagher had the opportunity to interview Super Bowl XLII MVP Eli Manning and the NY Jets’ newest running back, LaDainian Tomlinson.
At Gatorade’s G Series Pro launch event in NYC, Manning and Little LT (sorry, guy, you’re in New York now, there’s only one true LT in this town) discuss the season ahead, the business of the NFL and who to trust with your money. Check out Veronica’s interviews here.
Following in Paul’s footsteps, I made my video debut this week. Newswires colleague Veronica Dagher and I discussed some of the best financial blogs and what advisers and investors need to consider before surfing through the blogosphere:
Stormy weather may throw a wrench in the plans of some retailers and holiday shoppers on what’s typically the biggest shopping day of the year.
Planalytics says predictions of a “Super Saturday Snowstorm” will be a net negative for most businesses with presence in the eastern US. “Expect some business to shift to Sunday, but not all will be made up,” firm writes, adding that some demand will shift online but the peak period has passed.
Stores like Bon Ton (BONT) which has about 76% of its store base receiving snowfall on Super Saturday and DSW Shoes (DSW), with 44% of its store base getting snowfall, may be at risk, Planalytics says.
BONT down 3.1% to $10.01; DSW off 0.7% at $25.41; Macy’s (M) up a fraction.
Newswires reporter Veronica Dagher speaks with Bob Baur, chief global economist at Principal Global Investors, who says investors should trust the recovery and predicts some investment opportunities for the year ahead.
J.P. Morgan reported some strong earnings today. But what this bloggers eye were some of the sub-numbers in the earnings report. The bank booked $1.8 billion in investment banking fees. But don’t be fooled – that wasn’t from big M&A advising. But $429 million was in advisory fees. Instead, that $1.3 billion + remaining fees […]
I am not going to apply online to be lululemon’s next CEO because I don’t want my application getting lost in the pile. The slightly troubled yoga clothing retailer is taking applications from anyone on its website. Click here if you would like to apply. And click here to read more details from The Associated […]