Category Archives: Ethics

Congress Waivering on Fiduciary Issue

Justin here. An article last week from WSJ’s Jason Zweig highlights what fiduciary duty means to Joe Investor. The element of how congressmen play into the reform is interesting. After seeing how Senator Colburn trades his account, it seems a … Continue reading

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Dan Ariely on Bear Stearns

Did the lines between taking risk and cheating blur? You be the judge.

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