- George Soros is betting big on an S&P implosion. The billionaire hedge funder is shorting stocks and buying gold.
- The sudden spike in the price of oil has fallen right in line with what veteran oilman T. Boone Pickens believes: That the price is going even higher. If he's right, the financial markets would be celebrating.
- For those still young enough to adjust course, here's a chance to learn something from the regrets of retirees. Wishing they started saving for retirement earlier in life.
- Just in time for Father's Day, some Greek islands that can be acquired for just a few million bucks. Prices starting as low as $3.3M.
Investment Insights: The Blogblog
Jeff Benjamin breaks down the game for advisers and clients.
George Soros bets against the S&P
Plus: T. Boone Pickens sees higher oil prices, avoiding retirement regrets, and Father's Day is just around the corner
Recommended for you
Bryan Hodgens, co-head of LPL Financial's Retirement Partners group, says the industry is getting much better at connecting advisers to wealth management opportunities and helping scale their businesses.
Latest news & opinion
Retirement reserves extended one year; disability fund by 20 years
Despite a stock market decline, revenue is up. And the streak isn't expected to end anytime soon.
How many of the more than 83,000 certified financial planners are employed by the big independent broker-dealers?
The Nobel laureate wants to simplify drawing down retirement assets, which he thinks is 'way harder' than saving the money.
Sheryl Garrett is this year's InvestmentNews Icon.