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El-Erian: Are Stocks Losing Some of Their Liquidity Momentum?

The issue becomes all that more important given the continued uncertainty facing the fiscal relief package and Thursday’s jobless claims numbers.

Wild New ETF Rides S&P 500, Nasdaq and Russell Gains All at Once

After successfully rolling out exchange-traded funds that mimic structured products, an upstart firm is loading its latest offering with even more bells and whistles.

Nasdaq Tests New Jersey Exit in Fight Against Trading Tax

Wall Street giants have threatened to move operations from New Jersey if a tax is enacted on stocks, options, futures and swaps trading.

The Formula to Catch Leads

Nature is our greatest teacher. After spending a couple weeks on a small lake in Vermont this summer, I saw how fishing provides a framework for prospecting – the process of finding and converting a lead to client.

Amazon Plans to Put 1,000 Warehouses in Suburban Neighborhoods

The facilities will bring products closer to customers, making shopping online about as fast as a quick run to the store.

How the 1970s Changed the U.S. Economy

What did happen in the early ‘70s to cause such a large and enduring structural shift in the U.S. economy?

Now Would Be a Good Time to Invest in Commodities, Goldman CEO Says

It’s probably a good time to invest in commodities now when prices are lower, according to former Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein.

When to Stop Working From Home? How About Never, Workers Say

U.S. workers who are being shepherded back to the office would rather continue doing their jobs from home, at least a few days a week.

Las Vegas Homebuyers Are Bidding Up Prices in Collapsing Economy

Nowhere is the widening gap between real estate and the real economy more apparent than in Las Vegas, where tourism is in ruins, wages are plunging and home prices just keep rocketing higher.

Goldman CEO Shops His Sprawling Aspen Estate as Rich Flee Cities

David Solomon is taking another shot at unloading his expansive estate in the ski town of Aspen, Colorado, as wealthy Americans seek property away from urban areas.

Wall Street Workers May Want Bonuses Ahead of Possible Biden Win

Wall Street firms may start facing pressure to pay out bonuses earlier than usual as their employees worry about the prospect of higher taxes under a Biden administration and Democrat-controlled Senate.

Ritholtz: Private Equity In Retirement Accounts? No Way

A debate rages on whether ordinary investors should have equal access to financial markets.

When Should a Client to Become the Guardian for an Aging Parent?

There are critical questions you need to ask when you are facing the issues of incapacity and maintaining the safety and well-being of a client.

Client Lifetime Value: It's Not Just about the Revenue

Knowing your client lifetime value is essential, and it can guide the decisions you make in the course of your career.

Five Hidden Gender Biases

Here are five biases that may be lurking in your subconscious and influencing the way you assess men and women.