Bull Market Turns Three: Winners The S&P 500 has more than doubled since its March 9, 2009 closing bottom of 676.53, jumping 101.9% to close at 1,365.91 March 8, 2012. These 10 stocks had the biggest price gains over that three-year span.
Can Financial Advisors Protect Aging Clients From Financial Abuse? WSJ writer suggests that financial advisors can do more to protect clients from elder abuse. We agree, but his suggestions do not go far enough. We think financial advisors are uniquely positioned to take action when abuse is suspected or if it seems obvious. Learn what YOU can do.
10 Ways To Become A Victim Of Tax Identity Theft In an epidemic that so far shows no signs of abating, crooks have submitted billions of dollars in fraudulent refund claims to the Internal Revenue Service using the stolen names and Social Security numbers of more than a million real people. Those whose identities are hijacked must often spend months dancing with the IRS and waiting for their refunds. Based on recent court cases, here are 10 ways you can become a victim---without doing anything careless like answering a phishing email. By Janet Novack
The Final Rose: Where Will ABC's Bachelorette Andi Dorfman Settle Down? The men have ‘told all,’ and now The Bachelorette, Andi Dorfman, is just a week away from handing out the final rose. Will she choose Nick Viall, a 33-year-old software sales executive from Chicago, or Josh Murray, a 29-year-old former professional baseball player from Dorfman’s hometown of Atlanta?
Understanding Bond Fund Yield Statistics To understand bond fund yields, one has to make note of the shortcomings of bond fund distribution yields, and fully comprehend the 30-day SEC yield and its disadvantages.