These useful vehicles consider all of the risks relevant to the stability of an income stream, says contributor Scott Simon.
The Securities and Exchange Commission favors the interests of broker/dealers over those of investors, says Scott Simon. Here's how.
The fact that the commissioner thinks there are only two differences that stand out to her under the best interest standard governing RIAs and B/Ds is unnerving, says Scott Simon.
Instead of trying to fit square pegs into round holes, let's rigorously enforce the '40 Act, suggests Scott Simon.
Some argue that lump-sum investing leads to better outcomes over time, but dollar-cost averaging is superior for prudent investors managing risk.
The newly issued SEC proposals lack bite.
Broad and deep diversification is a prudent investment approach, no matter the market environment.
How broad and deep portfolio diversification produces a double-barreled benefit.
A firm that allows first dollar investing and provides high-quality investment choices should be your first choice.