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DOL’s Fiduciary Rule Goes into Effect on June 9

6/1/17 After a 60-day delay from its original schedule, the Department of Labor’s (DOL) fiduciary rule – an investor-protection law created under the Obama administration – is now set to go into effect on June 9, 2017. Many investors are wondering...

The Uncertainty Paradox

5/11/17 “The market hates uncertainty” has been a common enough saying in recent years, but how logical is it? There are many different aspects to uncertainty, some that can be measured and some that cannot. Uncertainty is an unchangeable...

Indexes and Your Investments: Part IV

3/31/17 The Opportunities and Challenges of Index Investing In the late 1800s, Charles Dow, the father of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, originally set out to measure market trends and forecast market movements through the creation of the world...

Indexes and Your Investments: Part III

3/23/17 Index Fund History, Types, and Definitions Explained In our last Indexes and Your Investments blog post, we reviewed what makes the most popular index funds rise above the rest and how the individual stocks in these popular index funds are...

Indexes and Your Investments: Part II

3/9/17 A breakdown of how index funds are formed As we learned in our introductory “Indexes and Your Investments” blog post, index funds are groups of stocks, similar to mutual funds, containing stocks with similar characteristics, such as size,...