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Jim Lauder rebuts RIABiz article on the failure of target date funds

By 2020, an estimated 70% of all assets in defined contribution plans could be in target date funds -- and that's a good thing, according to the author

July 31, 2013 — 5:48 AM UTC

How Omaha is emerging as the RIA business' center of gravity

With no mountains to block your views or salt air to rust your car, you can get down to business with no distractions and low expenses

July 30, 2013 — 5:42 AM UTC

What the 8 pillars of a FINRA-replacing entity for RIA oversight look like and how personal accountability is key

First and foremost, the PRO would have as it members individuals (not firms) who are qualified to become members of the profession

July 28, 2013 — 4:11 PM UTC

Bloomberg warns that BloombergBlack is shutting down

The move toward a 'very quick death' shocks virtually everyone as the New York data giant alludes to its plans to offer financial advice down the road

July 25, 2013 — 10:29 PM UTC

Why a young Morgan Stanley team moved to Beverly Hills Wealth Management -- with a child in mind

The breakaway movement continues to revive fueled by mid-sized firms like Sullivan Wealth Management despite a bull market

July 25, 2013 — 7:31 PM UTC

RIABiz turns four -- and readership grows another 39%

Our Mill Valley-Indiana-New York-Berkeley-Toronto-based website continues to grow by concentrating on substance and by eliminating toxic distractions

July 25, 2013 — 4:13 AM UTC

How TD Ameritrade is playing the logo game to spur 4,000 of its wavering RIAs to adopt its third-party hook-ups

'Veo Integrated' is a clunky name for smooth hand-offs of data from custodian to vendor to RIA -- and back

July 24, 2013 — 5:09 AM UTC

After 'disturbing' RIA losses at Raymond James, Bill Van Law is going on offense -- starting with hires of veteran LPL and Fidelity execs

The big Florida custodian and broker is finally holding itself accountable to a stiff target -- doubling to $16 billion in two years -- as it buys up expensive talent while cutting prices

July 23, 2013 — 1:03 PM UTC

Why target date funds fail in the one area they're supposed to succeed -- downside protection

SEC recommendations about the inherent risk of target date funds are more controversial than their author's realize, says a veteran risk assessor

July 22, 2013 — 3:40 AM UTC

Why RIAs need to pay heed to a ruling that put a media star and advisor out of business -- and out $300,000

A judge ruled that Ray Lucia lacked the back-up to justify his hypothetical back-tests as the SEC pins a bull's eye on the strategy

July 19, 2013 — 4:00 AM UTC

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