The Latest Developments in Direct Indexing
Direct indexing is the most powerful trend sweeping through the advisory profession. When done right, it lets clients build low-cost, tax-efficient, and highly customized portfolios. Those portfolios can track a broad market index or implement a factor-based strategy. They can follow an ESG or sustainability mandate. Here to discuss the latest developments in the direct indexing world are two members of Envestnet’s management team.
US Retirement Legislation And Regulation Bulletin: Third Quarter 2022
On August 16th, President Joe Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law, ending months of uncertainty over whether congressional Democrats would ever reach agreement on a compromise budget reconciliation bill.
Software Robots Are Gaining Ground in White-Collar Office World
First they came for factory jobs. Then they showed up in service industries. Now, machines are making inroads into the kind of white-collar office work once thought to be the exclusive preserve of humans.
It’s Infrastructure’s Time to Shine. Here’s What Investors Should Know About the Asset Class.
As the U.S. CPI data continues to rise, Charles Hamieh, Portfolio Manager at ClearBridge Investments, dives into the opportunity present for investors looking at the infrastructure space as an inflation hedge moving forward.
Amazon’s Latest Devices Push It Deeper Into Wellness, Cars
Amazon.com Inc.’s annual device event Wednesday showed the e-commerce giant pushing further into wellness, security and the auto industry, underscoring an effort to weave its technology into every part of consumers’ lives.
GM’s Commitment to Electric Cars Still Has Skeptics
In a surprise move, General Motors Co. this week joined forces with the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) to recommend tougher emissions rules for passenger vehicles. But skeptics remain unconvinced by the company’s professed commitment to going green, citing GM’s history of battling tougher fuel economy rules.
Elon Musk May Regret Putting Tesla’s First European Plant in Germany
Tesla recently outlined what will determine where the carmaker puts its next plant. Looking at the list, it’s easy to imagine Elon Musk wishes he had a do-over and didn’t put his first European factory in Germany.