From the worldwide Russell family to yours, we wish you happiness and peace this holiday season.
From the worldwide Russell family to yours, we wish you a happy, healthy and peaceful 2013.
U.S. stocks rose on February 13 as Greece approved austerity plans but for most of last week, Greece’s agreement barely moved the needle in the U.S. markets. In the latest Market Week in Review, Rachel Carroll talks about what did, however, capture the market’s attention on Friday morning. She also explains how widespread the benefits
Each year around this time, Russell reaches out to the children of our associates around the globe to help create our holiday card. This year’s winner is nine-year-old Kate Barry, daughter of Sydney, Australia-based Patricia Curtain. From the worldwide Russell family to yours, we wish you a happy, healthy and peaceful 2012. RFS 13385-a
When we started this blog one year ago, our vision was to create a resource that would provide context, provocative ideas and practical advice for financial advisors as they work hard to help investors improve their financial security. As a reflection of an advisor’s multi-faceted and incredibly challenging job – depending on the day, you
As you are no doubt aware, following Tuesday’s controversial debt ceiling compromise, the market shifted its attention from the dramatic problem of bipartisan brinksmanship toward the genuinely difficult problem of achieving a sustainable deficit level with a weakened U.S. economy. This problem echoes conditions in developed countries around the world – as a consequence, global
What a difference a week makes. The market was basking in the glow of strong economic data just a week ago, but Friday a stark U.S. jobs number sent the market retreating. Is this just a matter of short attention span? Or do the lackluster employment figures off-set the positive news of the past two