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Kris Schellhas and Chris Duffield: The U.S. government issued a patent for identifying investment grade diamonds, paving the way for diamonds to be a publicly traded commodity in the near future.

What RIAs need to know about why diamonds aren't just for pawn shops, brides and African cartels anymore
With De Beers humbled, valuation methods standardized and hundreds of millions of Chinese headed to middle-class nuptials, it's a new story

Monday 5.13.13
Karl Thunemann: Schwab has an opportunity to put its values into action by radically changing its separation policies.

Why I moved my account from Schwab's RIA and what Chuck could do to improve Schwab Private Client
After the double defection of the assigned branch and portfolio manager, a loyal but disillusioned customer sends an emphatic message to the front office

Friday 2.1.13
Peter Tamposi: If you believe what they say, he lied and stole money. They tried to make it look sensational.

How an RIA got in hot water in New Hampshire and why RedBlack is being touched by an ensuing bankruptcy
Nicholas B. Rowe was a founding investor in the rebalancing software maker and regulators are chasing down every asset he has

Wednesday 1.30.13
Anthony Rochte will bring his State Street ETF smarts to bear at Fidelity's new division, SelectCo.

Fidelity launches major division in Denver with an 'ETF quarterback' calling the shots
The new venture appears to be the Boston giant's long-awaited foray into exchange traded funds but some details are still being carefully guarded

Monday 9.17.12
Matt Judge: We want increased share of wallet.

Relentless TD Ameritrade antes up a killer ETF platform
The number three custodian of RIA assets is finding ways to lead

Tuesday 10.12.10
Paul Weisbruch: ETFs can trade at a discount or premium to NAV, but the statistically insignificant differences are used as a device of fear.

Criticism of ETFs is based on fear more than factual basis: columnist
Concerns over the illiquidity, manipulation and prices of ETFs get way overblown

Tuesday 6.22.10
Adam Bold: Higher trading costs will offset in whole or part ETFs’ lower operating costs.

How ETFs have been oversold when it comes to flexibility, lower costs and tax efficiency
ETFs are the new sacred cow, but Adam Bold calls them hamburger

Monday 5.10.10

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