Insights on the forces that shape our capital markets and the future of our country.
We think investors’ expectation for the fiduciary standard is here to stay no matter what the official rules say — and those investors will increasingly demand that their advisers apply to their non-retirement accounts too.
On 11/22/16 our op-ed article was published at WealthManagement. The op-ed explains what it means to be a fiduciary, the conflicts within sell-side research, and how advisors fulfill fiduciary responsibilities going forward.
Our op-ed article was published at Marketwatch recently. The article explains why the Labor Department’s fiduciary rule is here to stay and how advisors can fulfill fiduciary responsibilities going forward.
New Constructs is proud to announce our new relationship with Interactive Brokers, an automated global electronic broker that specializes in catering to financial professionals.
The Fed needs to acknowledge that it’s no longer in the driver’s seat and stop with the vague hints about “normalizing” monetary policy. Low interest rates are the new normal, and there’s nothing the Fed can do about that fact.
On Saturday (6/29/16), Barron’s featured our research for the eighth time in 2016 and 24th time since 2014.
On Thursday, Michael Rapoport of The Wall Street Journal interviewed CEO David Trainer regarding the proliferation of non-GAAP earnings and the SEC’s increased efforts to investigate misuse of non-GAAP metrics.
On Wednesday ( 10/12/16) our op-ed article was published at Marketwatch. The article explains why investors need to look past common metrics such as EPS or non-GAAP earnings
Much has been made of the candidates’ sharp differences, but there’s one area where they have put forward remarkably similar plans. Both candidates agree: repatriate offshore cash, invest in infrastructure
Endlessly debating the actions of the Fed, either by political candidates or financial talking heads, has become a sideshow that distracts from the real workings of the economy and the stock market.
On Tuesday (9/27/16), Geert De Lombaerde of Nashville Post featured our recent partnerships with firms such as Scottrade and Thomson Reuters.
It’s time to consider a new paradigm for interest rates – a paradigm where treasury rates remain ultra low and riskier investments are priced by a decentralized market instead of a central bank.
On Saturday, Barron’s featured New Constructs’ recent partnership with Scottrade.
Non-GAAP earnings are back in the crosshairs. 15 years after the Enron scandal first prompted the SEC to create rules for non-GAAP metrics, the proliferation of these pro forma results have led to renewed scrutiny.
The internet economy may be in the early stages of transforming our daily lives, but it’s already wreaking havoc on economic policy. As mentioned at the top of this piece, the Fed cannot manage to hit its 2% inflation target no matter how hard it tries, so maybe it should stop trying.
New Constructs is proud to announce our new relationship with Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of news and information for professional markets.
Integrity Research, advisor to the world’s largest investment managers, featured Scottrade clients’ rapid adoption of New Constructs’ research. Here are key highlights of the Integrity report
As of about 5:30CT on August 31st, all Scottrade clients gained free access to New Constructs Gold membership. We think that Scottrade has never seen adoption rates as fast as what they are seeing with New Constructs and their clients.
On September 12, 2016 David Trainer, CEO, appeared on CNBC’s Closing Bell to highlight 2-3 stocks from the Most Dangerous Stocks list for September.
Could these traditionally safe stocks be dangerously overvalued and setting up for a crash? And if so, how should investors manage their portfolios to mitigate this risk?
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