Trump and the fiduciary rule: Now what?

  • Posted by Admin
  • On November 15, 2016
By Andy Goldwasser Partner This is a question that resonates equally with the financial sector as it does with those dedicated to representing victims of financial fraud and stockbroker misconduct. Most believe Mr. Trump will repeal the rule. But even so, the fiduciary rule has helped define the standard of care for a financial advisor […]
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Surprise, Surprise…Markets Surge on Trump Election

  • Posted by Admin
  • On November 10, 2016
By Robert West, Jr. Jr. Partner While America watched this historic presidential election, so did the global investment community. If history is any indication, investors despise uncertainty, and the early voting numbers made it clear that a (pre-supposed) Hillary Clinton victory was anything but certain. As Donald J. Trump continued to dominate the swing states […]
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“Who’s Afraid of Trump? The Markets…”

  • Posted by Admin
  • On October 4, 2016
Debate Night Message: The Markets Are Afraid of Donald Trump Economic View | By Justin Wolfers The New York Times These conclusions arise from close analysis of financial markets during Monday’s presidential debate, which provides a fascinating case study of the complex interconnections between American politics and economics. During the debate, the overnight futures markets […]
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Middle Market IPOs? Shark Tank Star, Mark Cuban, May Create the Market

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  • On April 14, 2016
Middle Market IPOs? Shark Tank Star, Mark Cuban, May Create the Market Earlier this month, entrepreneur and Shark Tank star (and oh, I almost forgot, Dallas Spurs’ owner), Mark Cuban, recently posted an essay for the inaugural issue of The Catalyst. The Catalyst is a self-described “journal of ideas” from the George W. Bush Institute. […]
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