- Are Snapchat and Twitter the next players to enter the robo-advice game? Way to go after those techy millennial investors. With 100 million daily users to tap into, Snapchat leads the way among tech firms developing robo-advice offerings.
- Ted Cruz's ability to wriggle out from under the Goldman Sachs loan scandal will depend on his willingness to bow before a federal agency. Loans that went to Cruz personally, rather than the campaign.
- About that RBS credit analyst that has ruffled so many feathers with his “sell everything” call. It turns out he's been saying that for the past five years. Where would you be now if you listened to him back then? In 2010: “We cannot stress enough how strongly we believe that a cliff-edge may be around the corner…”
- How the ghost of Raj Rajaratnam continues to haunt the hedge fund space. The reverberations have extended all the way to the Wharton School.
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Plus: Will Ted Cruz's loans be his undoing? an RBS analyst's perennial calls to sell everything, and Raj Rajaratnam still haunts hedge funds
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