Male species—from humans to sparrows—appear to have more pronounced personalities than their female counterparts, according to new research.
Investor behavior is largely determined by nature rather than nurture, according to a new study by finance professors at Claremont McKenna College and the University of Washington.
With Hispanic and black Americans leading the way, surveyed consumers resolve to save and invest more in the New Year.
Some Americans are pulling back from investing—which potentially means fewer people will be in the market for a financial adviser, according to a survey from AlixPartners, a global business advisory firm.
The majority of investors said the amount of risk they have taken with their investments has stayed the same over the past two years, according to a Financial Times/Harris Interactive poll of investors in the U.S. and the five largest European countries.
More than half of surveyed advisers (57%) indicated that the economic crisis has had a large impact on their business—but it also might be an opportunity.