Networks - SCIOC

Shane B. Hansen
Thursday, October 23, 2014

Business brokerage services are critically important to the liquidity of small business ownership, business growth, and related jobs preservation and creation. Baby boomers are faced with the prospects of either selling or closing their businesses to retire.

Cook & Bynum Capital Management, LLC
Thursday, October 23, 2014

Creating a well-diversified portfolio of stocks or bonds (or whatever financial assets or vehicles seem appealing and fit a client’s profile) is certainly a viable option and one that may dampen volatility and could prevent any one bad idea from having an outsized impact on a portfolio.

Jason T. Baron, Managing Director; James P. Medaglio, Research Analyst
Wednesday, October 22, 2014

In terms of life of life span and medical need, a close look at the underlying numbers reveals a sharp disparity between developed and developing regions; particularly in poorer areas worldwide.

Joe Quinlan, Managing Director and Chief Market Strategist
Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Our neighbor to the south has undergone a transformation of sorts.

Christopher Hyzy Chief Investment Officer
Wednesday, October 22, 2014

We’re in the early stages of what stands to be an extended business cycle. We’re calling the cycle the era of innovation, and it has some definite characteristics.

GenSpring Family Offices
Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Over the past several years, investors have experienced a challenging investment environment.

Mattia Taboga
Tuesday, October 21, 2014

The UK has delivered a remarkable cyclical upswing over the past year; with GDP growing at an average pace of over 3% annualised growth for 5 quarters in a row.

Charlies Dolan, CFA - Ralph Goldsticker, CFA - Chris Harris, CFA - BNY Mellon Investment Strategy & Solutions Group
Monday, October 20, 2014

The tightening of regulations around the world is prompting banks to offload a variety of financial assets onto the capital markets. Investors are aware of this opportunity.

Chris Barron, VP, Client Portfolio Manager
Monday, October 20, 2014

In prior rising rate environments, various parts of the municipal yield curve reacted differently based on economic conditions and the pace and scale of Fed activity.  An analysis of historical changes in monetary policy shows that in the past three rising rate environments, a hypothetical invest

Chris Barron, VP, Client Portfolio Manager
Monday, October 20, 2014

Rising rates can spook bond investors, since rates and bond values are inversely related. As a result, investors sometimes sell following a sharp price decline, hoping to reinvest as the market recovers, effectively “selling low.”