- Don't buy the hype; negative interest rates hurt more than they help. Benefitting borrowers, but taxing savers and retirees. What central bankers see that nobody else does.
- Measuring the gravity of the DOL rule has 18% of advisers thinking of packing it in. Most wirehouse reps are preparing for more holistic planning.
- Is gold the next speculative investment? If you think gold is risky, you are correct.
- A list of ridiculous things you shouldn't put on your resume. Smoking should not be listed as a hobby.
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