The polls suggest the GOP will take a majority in the House – and possibly the Senate – next year. What would a Republican Congress do?
Besieged by a bevy of issues, will the state of the economy ultimately drive the outcomes of the midterm elections?
A new study found evidence that being named a top financial advisor can lead to increased assets under management. Head of Defined Contribution and Wealth Advisor Services Matt Sommer discusses the implications of these findings for financial professionals.
Portfolio Manager Jason England explains why Federal Reserve (Fed) Chairman Jerome Powell struck the right note when emphasizing the paramount importance of returning inflation to the Fed’s 2.0% target.
Are Democrats really headed into this fall’s election in a stronger place than they were three months ago? And how do today’s polls compare to surveys at the same time four years ago when a first term Republican president faced his first midterm election cycle? Let’s take a look.
Whether you are building, joining or looking to improve your financial advisory team, the goal should be to create something that adds up to more than the sum of its parts. Michael Futterman, Head of Knowledge Labs® Professional Development, outlines six considerations that are critical to establishing a healthy team dynamic.
Working through illness has become increasingly common in our industry, especially with the advent of remote work. Lindsay Troxell, Senior Director, Knowledge Labs® Professional Development, discusses why financial professionals tend to avoid taking sick days and how we can begin to reverse the trend.
Head of Defined Contribution and Wealth Advisor Services Matt Sommer discusses how financial professionals can be instrumental in boosting clients’ investing confidence and helping them stay focused on long-term goals – even in the most challenging market environments.
Following yesterday’s primaries in New York and Florida, only a handful of U.S. states still have not yet held their primary elections, which means that voters in most states now have a very good idea who will be on their general election ballots this November.
With less than 100 days remaining until Election Day, most will spend this month intensely focused on courting voters at county fairs, hometown Labor Day parades, and other events.
Let’s take a look at what the Biden administration has already done in the space, and what it may plan to do.